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Stretching the truth of extracurricular activities

jacqolanternxjacqolanternx Posts: 7Registered User New Member
edited August 2010 in College Admissions
I live in South Korea and go to a DODS school. Every year there is a tennis championship among the DODS schools in Japan, Korea, and Guam. Would it be lying if I said on my application that that competition was international, even though it was only among around thirteen schools in different countries, and under the DODS system?
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