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Postby norkanite » Mon Nov 04, 2013 11:54 am

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Re: Separate C&F addenda

Postby wtrc » Mon Nov 04, 2013 1:21 pm

norkanite wrote:I'm applying to several schools that require separate attachments for separate C&F questions (one for disciplinary action at schools and one for criminal charges/convictions). I've prepared separate attachments for each, but I think it would be easier to read and more concise to use a standard all-inclusive C&F addendum for one upload and attach a .doc that says "please refer to question 1 addendum" or something in the other upload slot. This is because one minor incident resulted in both a school disciplinary charge and a criminal charge and it allows me to address all the required disclosures without being redundant.

Anybody else think of doing this or is this wildly off-base?

It makes sense and seems like the best thing to do EXCEPT if a school specifically asks for separate attachments. Follow the instructions no matter what, but otherwise, what you are doing makes the most sense.

From what I've seen so far it's often the opposite, actually- many schools ask you to put everything in one document.

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