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amg131s
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is this a big deal...

Postby amg131s » Tue Nov 09, 2010 12:26 pm

i just sent an email to an admissions coordinator asking a quick question. my email had 2 misspellings. "incomming" and "facilites." they were both just typos. anyone think this is going to hurt my admissions chances?

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Re: is this a big deal...

Postby hipstermafia » Tue Nov 09, 2010 12:27 pm

amg131s wrote:i just sent an email to an admissions coordinator asking a quick question. my email had 2 misspellings. "incomming" and "facilites." they were both just typos. anyone think this is going to hurt my admissions chances?


QF always use spell check

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Re: is this a big deal...

Postby amg131s » Tue Nov 09, 2010 12:28 pm

hipstermafia wrote:
amg131s wrote:i just sent an email to an admissions coordinator asking a quick question. my email had 2 misspellings. "incomming" and "facilites." they were both just typos. anyone think this is going to hurt my admissions chances?


QF always use spell check


i know right. however, the spell check in my email is awful. what does "QF" mean? and how much power does a "admissions coordinator" have?

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Re: is this a big deal...

Postby ajcollege » Tue Nov 09, 2010 12:53 pm

amg131s wrote:i know right. however, the spell check in my email is awful. what does "QF" mean? and how much power does a "admissions coordinator" have?


Have you talked with your doctor about Klonopin? Relax. Having a typo in your email is very different than one in your PS or resume. You'll be fine. Just spell check moving forward.




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