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Sending extra stuff?

eibrahimeibrahim - Posts: 304 Junior Member
edited January 2005 in College Admissions
is it ok to send in a CD with pictures and stuff on it? im sure theyre busy and all. But i have some pretty cool pictures i would like to share.
Post edited by eibrahim on

Replies to: Sending extra stuff?

  • esmeraldaesmeralda Registered User Posts: 150 Junior Member
    If you're talking about photographs you took, most colleges accept those as art supplements. Usually they ask you to send slides - check with the individual colleges about the best format.
  • scm007@gmail.com[email protected] Registered User Posts: 75 Junior Member
    I think that is fine; I submitted some additional materials as well. I had a letter from a professor whom I did research with as well as a research paper.
  • eibrahimeibrahim - Posts: 304 Junior Member
    oh ok thanks guys. the most convenient for me is pictures burned on a CD, would that be cool for them? or are alot of these adcoms computer illiterate? ooh and btw, these photos are for them to know more about me.
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