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What's to write in the ADDITIONAL INFORMATION space?

aqaqaqaqaqaq Registered User Posts: 117 Junior Member
edited December 2004 in Princeton University
In the Common Application, there is a 6000-word limit space provided for
"ADDITIONAL INFORMATION / EXPLANATION
If you have any additional information that was not specifically requested or did not fit in the space provided, feel free to include it here. "

Are we expected to fill this part in?
Are we supposed to write another essay?
Are we allowed to write another essay?

How long should the answer be and what on earth are they expecting???
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