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Grammar mistakes in essay

mahras2mahras2 Posts: 1,977Registered User Senior Member
edited November 2006 in University of Pennsylvania
I read the essay I sent to Penn for ED and found two grammatical mistakes in the introduction. One was a redundancy and in another one I think Word just automatically entered a "which" which shouldn't be there. I really can't believe these grammatical mistakes slipped through considering I had proofread my essay a ridiculous amount of times.

How grave is this offense? Am I looking at a straight through rejection or would they be okay with it?

Just when I thought that the stress couldn't get any greater.......
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