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Parents or my email on application

wildflower2019wildflower2019 13 replies6 postsRegistered User Junior Member
I’m applying to Exeter and I’m wondering weather to put my email or my parents. What should I do?
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  • YoungThriverYoungThriver 468 replies45 postsRegistered User Member
    Your email, unless it specifically asks for your parents’.
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  • RedLionessRedLioness 71 replies0 postsRegistered User Junior Member
    Your email unless it specifies otherwise.
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  • DecYetDecYet 14 replies2 postsRegistered User Junior Member
    I think using your own email shows independence and maturity. Just make sure that you check it regularly! You want to be prompt in your replies.
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  • QueenXQueenX 4 replies3 postsRegistered User New Member
    Your email for sure
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  • twoinanddonetwoinanddone 22457 replies14 postsRegistered User Senior Member
    You can start a new email only for applications. You can use it now for prep school and later for colleges. It keeps everything together.

    Your parents can have access too. You can pick a nice screen name too, something appropriate for the schools, now and in the future.
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  • MoonKnightMoonKnight 377 replies9 postsRegistered User Member
    edited July 2
    Use your email. Try to choose a professional sounding email. If it doesn't sound professional, then create a new one and share the password with your parents if you want them to access it to.
    edited July 2
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  • Golfgr8Golfgr8 987 replies17 postsRegistered User Senior Member
    It was our experience that the schools wanted both the student’s email and the parent’s email for applications. Agree with above - have your dedicated email for applications. Good luck!
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  • hadesinquisitorhadesinquisitor 30 replies3 postsRegistered User Junior Member
    absolutely your email/contact info. Exclusively if possible.
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  • dogsmama1997dogsmama1997 413 replies26 postsRegistered User Member
    Have to say I disagree that it matters as much as people think it does. Put whichever email is most likely to be checked frequently and responded to. I used mine (the parent) and it worked out just fine.
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