Should I write an addendum?

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ctacoronti
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Should I write an addendum?

Postby ctacoronti » Sat Jan 07, 2012 10:33 am

During my first year of undergrad, I really hated the school I had decided to go to (though my grades remained solid). To make matters worse, it was a private school and very expensive. I transferred to a local 4-year public school. The public school is ranked lower than the private school, but does have some well-recognized programs. It was free for me to attend the public school and I started graduate school there since I loved it so much (and my grades remained very strong).

I have already written an addendum about why I chose not to complete my graduate degree and why I have a current break in full-time employment. Should I write an addendum about this transfer as well?

Any advice would be appreciated!

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icecold3000
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Re: Should I write an addendum?

Postby icecold3000 » Sat Jan 07, 2012 5:33 pm

Why would you write an addendum if your grades remained strong?

Don't annoy the adcomms with an unnecessary addendum.

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flyingduck
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Re: Should I write an addendum?

Postby flyingduck » Sat Jan 07, 2012 8:27 pm

icecold3000 wrote:Why would you write an addendum if your grades remained strong?

Don't annoy the adcomms with an unnecessary addendum.


+1

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Philosopher King
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Re: Should I write an addendum?

Postby Philosopher King » Sun Jan 08, 2012 7:14 pm

flyingduck wrote:
icecold3000 wrote:Why would you write an addendum if your grades remained strong?

Don't annoy the adcomms with an unnecessary addendum.


+1


I agree too




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