Should I send letter of intent?

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Roger123
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Should I send letter of intent?

Postby Roger123 » Tue Mar 02, 2010 11:37 pm

Applied 1/20 with 3.73 and 172, and Penn is my #1 and I would guarantee my attendance.

Have not heard back yet... would it be a good or bad idea to write them a signed letter of intent before hearing anything?

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gdane
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Re: Should I send letter of intent?

Postby gdane » Tue Mar 02, 2010 11:41 pm

Just wait. Dont send anything they havent asked for.

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Herb Watchfell
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Re: Should I send letter of intent?

Postby Herb Watchfell » Tue Mar 02, 2010 11:42 pm

Roger123 wrote:Applied 1/20 with 3.73 and 172, and Penn is my #1 and I would guarantee my attendance.

Have not heard back yet... would it be a good or bad idea to write them a signed letter of intent before hearing anything?


Bad. If you are so desperately committed to Penn, you should've applied ED.

Do this instead: write Penn a LOCI expressing the (very detailed, specific, and compelling!) reasons behind your interest.

Good luck!




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