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Just wondering....who should write the letter explaining special circumstances; who should the letter come from, me or my daughter?
Also, the letter will be more than 27 lines, do we start the letter online then mail the rest to the colleges? Thanks!!
("Use this space to explain any unusual expenses such as high medical or dental expenses, educational and other debts, child care, elder care, or special circumstances such as loss of employment. Also give information for any outside scholarships you have been awarded. Please limit your responses to no more than 27 lines of information. Any information beyond 27 lines will not be saved. If more space is needed, use sheets of paper and send them directly to your colleges, universities, and programs. Include the student's name on all correspondence")