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Atypical Situation - Please advise

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Atypical Situation - Please advise [#permalink] New post 20 Dec 2009, 22:16
Hi Alex,

I am in a different situation. My husband has an admit from "school A" already ( he applied in round 1). Now, I am applying to the same "school A" in Round 2 and was wondering if there is a non-awkward way to tell the adcom about our situation in any of the essays?

Thanks for your help!

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Re: Atypical Situation - Please advise [#permalink] New post 21 Dec 2009, 16:33
I believe some (if not most) of the schools has a question in the application form asking whether you have a spouse who is applying with you or is a student at the school.

And you can by all means bring it up in passing in an essay so long as there's an appropriate place to do so - and if you do, it's likely to be a brief reference (i.e. some essay talking about your personal background or about how you'll fit into the school, etc.).
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Re: Atypical Situation - Please advise   [#permalink] 21 Dec 2009, 16:33
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