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I made a mistake on an application, it was the kind of issue that some schools ask you to disclose and others don't. I did not disclose and later realized it was necessary. I sent a long email explaining the circumstances and the details of the crime and made it clear I was not trying to intentionally hide something that was required. The school has already accepted me and offered me a scholarship, do you think they will rescind either one?
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it is difficult to say but I would think that as long as it is not anything major (i.e. you forgot to tell them about an armed robbery charge) then I think you should be ok. Of course I am a 0L with no experience in these matters but I hope my words of assurance are of some consolation!
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I was in the exact same situation. It was an honest mistake, I sent in an addendum after receiving acceptance and scholarship, and got an email back several days later saying the addendum had been added to my file.
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