Making stupid grammar mistakes on the application?

<p>My first language is not English, and I was in ESL from 8th grade to my freshmen year.</p>

<p>After I submitted all of my applications, I noticed that I made some little grammar mistakes even if I checked like 100 times before I submit it.</p>

<p>The mistakes are such as:
1) Forgetting articlees such as 'a' and 'the' in some sentences in the resume.
I attached my resume as an additional document.
My resume is just a list of the stuff that I've done so far, and describing what I did.</p>

<p>2) In one of the supplement essays, I forgot a comma.
The sentence was like When I wear____ I feel_____. I forgot a comma between the two.</p>

<p>I know that I must sound stupid worrying about these stupid mistakes,
but do you guys think it will affect the addmission's decision a lot??
Or it's not a big deal and understand it?
I'm very worried. </p>

<p>What do you guys think?</p>

<p>When I went to the Voices of Diversity at Tufts program, someone asked a question like this and I believe it was Dan who said it's ridiculous that some schools would consider not accepting people based on minor mistakes. If its clear you put no effort in your paper or didn't care about it, then they will take mistakes into consideration. Otherwise, your fine.</p>

<p>Oh, that makes me feel much better, because Tufts is my reach school. Thank you!</p>