jdhopeful11 wrote:dun dun dun..
my most recent and probably last email
It is very difficult for me to take time off from work to deliver the assignment. Therefore, given how insignificant the grade change would be, I ask that you forgo correcting the 8/9 quiz grade.
In closing, I would like to apologize for the tone of my prior emails. The law school admissions process seems to have gotten under my skin, and looking over my words from earlier, I realize I have been quite out of line. I am sorry for that - and I appreciate your taking the time to help me navigate this stressful process. I apologize for emotional appeals, and hope that my passion was representative of my desire and aspirations, and nothing else. The faculty at XXXXXX are outstanding, and my time spent here remains a rich and rewarding experience. This entire process has served to motivate and inspire me to persevere and work even harder, and for that, I am most-thankful.
jdhopeful11 - GET IT UP
I'm not a fan of the opening sentences. Try to re-word that. Or ,is it too late? You lead off with how difficult it is for you? No, no, no. Start with nicey nice. Drop the first sentence, edit the second one to say this (as your lead off)...
"Thank you for your time. Upon further review I now see that the benefit of changing the quiz grade is of minimal value and certainly does not warrant any further effort on your part." I would like to withdraw my request for a review and consider this matter over."