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I've put a list of grad schools together that I will be applying to and was looking over their Statement of Purpose requirements/suggestions. One school is 500 words, another 1000 words, another 2500 words, and the rest do not state a length limit.
I've written the 2500 word statement and plan on trimming it accordingly for the 500 and 1000 and of course tailoring to each institution. My question though is for the other schools whose applications do not state a limit. If I'm happy with my 2500 word statement, should I submit it to the other no-limit schools? Or would they be irritated by its length?