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University of the Pacific -- Distinctive Candidate Application

pinkberrypinkberry Registered User Posts: 146 Junior Member
edited September 2009 in College Admissions
I'm a senior and a lot of my friends received this via email, I didn't.... ):
If you look in my "chances" topic you'll see I have >4 units of science, all A's, and 4 units of math with mostly A's (one B+ :()
I don't mean to boast anything, honestly. I just want to know if that should have been enough to make me this kind of candidate?

I never had a campus tour anywhere so I'm not sure if they even know I exist, so to speak... lol

Anyway UoP is my #1 priority school and I'm wondering if there's anyway they'd let me be a Distinctive Candidate? Would calling them do any good?

Thanks for your time!
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