Well, Sisyphus, this time I got our Head Typesetter to look at your test with a fine comb and… I'm afraid you don't pass.
Here's a detailed list of comments:
P1: All bubbles rest below center.
P2: B1 is high, B2 is low, (stroke's a tad too wide for my liking, but whatever), B3a is low.
P3: See P1. B2 is over sized.
P4: There's 3 different fonts for speech here, not counting shouts. Can't decide if SFX in margings, or in panels. B1: ellipsis on it's own line (I do it sometimes, but I generally avoid it like the plage), below center. B3a is high, B4 is low, B5 is pretty high.
P5: No consistency for shouts. B1 is a teensy bit high, B2 is off to the left and a bit high. B3 pair is undersized, a is high, b is low. B5 is high, 6 is undersized and off to the left, 7 is also off to the left and could be shaped better.
P6: No consistency for notes (font-wise and position-wise). No consistency for thought bubbles. Ellipsis on its own line. b1 is off to the right (like 2 pixels high, too, but let's not go there). b2 is leaning a bit to the left (<insert nitpick about it being high here>).
By "consistency", he means your font choice was erratic (even though you didn't choose ugly fonts). The principle is: if you choose a font for a situation, please stick to it. There's the eternal question of whether one should change fonts whenever the mangaka did so in the original, or whether one should develop a consistent scheme of changing fonts based on bubble shape and context (the one the Head Typesetter here uses). We didn't check whether you followed the mangaka, but even if you did, the centering problems and others still make this a fail.
Your shaping is mostly good, which is rare in new applicants. Congrats on that!
Should you choose to re-apply, we'll be happy to assess it again, as many times as you wish.
One more time, sorry for the previous misunderstanding.