How to withdraw applications?

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devuu
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How to withdraw applications?

Postby devuu » Mon Feb 03, 2014 3:55 pm

So, as per an ED agreement I made with a school, I have to withdraw my other applications "in writing".

Does anyone have any idea how exactly one does this? Do I have to do it by hand, can I email it, etc.?

Thanks in advance.

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Re: How to withdraw applications?

Postby mx23250 » Mon Feb 03, 2014 3:58 pm

devuu wrote:So, as per an ED agreement I made with a school, I have to withdraw my other applications "in writing".

Does anyone have any idea how exactly one does this? Do I have to do it by hand, can I email it, etc.?

Thanks in advance.


I'm guessing "in writing" means you can't just call them and tell them you withdraw. It has to be documented. So I'd imagine an email would suffice, but, again, this is just my assumption. Congrats on your ED acceptance!

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koalatriste
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Re: How to withdraw applications?

Postby koalatriste » Mon Feb 03, 2014 4:00 pm

You MUST send an actual post letter. SIGNED IN BLOOD.

The "in writing" just means they want a paper trail (I think it's really more so you can CYA, not the accepting school). Congrats nonetheless!




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