Error On Application

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bluesmanvi
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Error On Application

Postby bluesmanvi » Thu Oct 26, 2017 9:23 pm

It was a mistake.

In the first sentence of an otherwise solid PS, I didn't include a period.

My appls have already gone complete.
Can I replace the document? Should I?

How screwed is my cycle now?

Please do not quote.
Please do not troll.

Serious responses please

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icechicken
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Re: Error On Application

Postby icechicken » Thu Oct 26, 2017 9:28 pm

If your apps have gone complete, the only way to modify them would be to email admissions offices and ask. For an individual typo, that is not worth it, especially because it would draw attention to something that might otherwise go unnoticed.

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TheKingLives
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Re: Error On Application

Postby TheKingLives » Thu Oct 26, 2017 9:41 pm

icechicken wrote:If your apps have gone complete, the only way to modify them would be to email admissions offices and ask. For an individual typo, that is not worth it, especially because it would draw attention to something that might otherwise go unnoticed.

+1

AaronCarter
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Re: Error On Application

Postby AaronCarter » Thu Oct 26, 2017 9:43 pm

I know your pain.

Well.

It's hard to know how harmful it is. Even at a school like Harvard, I don't think it means instant app to trash.

But, others may disagree.

TLS might have the answers.

cavalier1138
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Re: Error On Application

Postby cavalier1138 » Fri Oct 27, 2017 5:50 am

AaronCarter wrote:It's hard to know how harmful it is. Even at a school like Harvard, I don't think it means instant app to trash.

But, others may disagree.


Literally no one with half a brain thinks that this is an instant app-killer. OP, save your 0L freakouts for other things. You'll have plenty to stress over; this isn't something worth your time.




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