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Supplementary Materials can hurt??

envy0604envy0604 Posts: 124Registered User Junior Member
edited November 2008 in College Admissions
So I was wondering if there could be a disadvantage to submitting supplementary materials (for students who are not applying for special programs)....because I have read that schools do not encourage applications to send such stuff if they are "exceptional"....

I have been playing piano for 8 years...i'm def. not exceptional...i would say decent but is it still worth it to record my pieces and send my CD??

Hmmm..any advice on this?? Thanks:)
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