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Default Lazy eye: A problem?

Okay, so seniors here, I need help. I am a CSS aspirant for quite some time now but I recently checked its medical requirements. It says with glasses you should've 6/6 vision. My left is lazy( even with glasses) and it's vision can't improve any further and the right one is perfectly fine with glasses 6/6. I've no vision issue with my glasses on. My question to you is, whether this will cause disqualification because my left eye is 6/36; even with glasses? But as a whole I can see perfectly fine so would there be any problem during my medical test? Please help!

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