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Supplement Help

weberw2015weberw2015 Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
Hello,

I'm finished with all of my applications, but my father raised a question that I need a little help answering: should I add a "talent" supplement? I'm torn between two: my 800 word mock trial argument (one of the judges thought my coach, a prominent prosecutor and former judge, had written it, so I'm pretty sure it's good), or an interview I did for the school newspaper, which I lead, with former Harvard professor and current University of Cincinnati President Dr. Santa Ono. I ask questions, he answered them. I just don't speak as much as he does. It's >3,000 words.

Thoughts?

Replies to: Supplement Help

  • PulchraPulchra Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
    I would send the mock trial argument. I think that one shows more about you and your skills. The interview could seem like just name dropping, since you don't seem to think it shows much about you personally.
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