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waiting list letter

devilinwandevilinwan Registered User Posts: 53 Junior Member
edited April 2008 in Tufts University
I checked a lot of websites,
and everybody says that I need to write a letter to appeal to them.
But i dont know how to write the letter...
do i just treat it as an essay?
or... like real letter?
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Replies to: waiting list letter

  • SeashoreSeashore Registered User Posts: 592 Member
    Here's what Dan had to say on that topic:

    You're welcome to put in whatever you want, but not having 'additional information' is fine, and *WILL NOT* hurt you.

    If you don't have anything you'd like to add to you application, then treat that question in a similar manner to how you ought to treat the "Why Tufts?" question on the supplement. In a sentence or two or three (no more than that should be needed), just tell us if/how you are still excited about Tufts.

    You've got enough to do in your senior year, don't stress about that little part.
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