I have observed that a lot of people who dislike and/or struggle with paperwork, don't really understand that filling out the paperwork correctly may be fundamental to their job. They think it's just a one-time hurdle, and no big deal if they have someone else do it or do it poorly, because once they're in they can prove themselves with the "real" aspects of the job. When we hire student interns I send everyone who expresses interest an application to fill out, and believe me I notice when someone can't follow the directions properly or makes a lot of typos--how can I trust they'll be good at following protocols at work, and paying attention to detail there?
Similarly, a friend of mine once spent many months struggling to gain residency in a country that required people to know a certain language. Although my friend did try to learn the language, she was still so bad at it that when she received an instructional letter in that language, she had to have an expert translate it for her, just to tell her where the visa interview would take place! That right there should tell you that you are not reaching the standard they expect of you. (And indeed, when she went to the interview, they failed her on not speaking the language well enough and she didn't get the visa, meaning months of effort and thousands of dollars were wasted.)