Should I mention this award?

<p>I won solitaire 10 times in a row on my computer and received the "Kick Ace" award. Should I mention this?</p>


<p>Is my future funny to you?</p>

<p>you sound cute</p>

<p>I'm a guy, and I'm a bit creeped. I just wanted to ask a simple question, but noooooo.</p>

<p>If you are applying to a computer gaming programming school. I know someone who is going to such a school and they would be thrilled. Most other schools would not find it to be serious, even if you think playing games is. You wouldn't have much proof and how would they know you didn't get some help? And seriously, they would think you are going out on a limb to find things to add and maybe start to question your other activities.</p>

<p>In a row? Without refreshing the cards? :O
<em>round of applause</em></p>

In a row? Without refreshing the cards? :O
<em>round of applause</em>


That's what I'm saying. I don't think this is going out on a limb. It's almost as impressive as being a USAMO finalist.</p>



<p>Well yes, definitely. Of course. </p>

<p>Why would you even think of leaving it off?</p>

<p>It's a definite hook.</p>

<p>See, that's what I was thinking. It takes more determination than a silly 4.0 .</p>

<p>don't think you should write it. it doesn't sound like a serious accomplishment (even though experienced Solitaire gamers know it is)</p>

<p>I'll trade my stats for that award. You up for it?</p>

<p>Hmmm, it depends. Do I get double URM status if I accept? I mean, it is a VERY prestigious and sought after award.</p>

<p>That one CC'er got into Yale, having listed Clam Fart as an EC in which s/he had participated for seventeen years... So, I think that would be acceptable as long as the rest of your app is more conventionally serious.</p>