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Accidentally sent wrong information in my MBA application

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I accidentally sent an MBA program incorrect information. For some volunteer work I did I helped raise $12,000 dollars for a cause and mentioned this amount in my application. But on my resume I accidentally put in $15,000. It was because I raised the money in another currency and did not double check the currency converter I was using. What should I do? Should I contact the business school and let them know I made a mistake?

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I accidentally sent an MBA program incorrect information. For some volunteer work I did I helped raise $12,000 dollars for a cause and mentioned this amount in my application. But on my resume I accidentally put in $15,000. It was because I raised the money in another currency and did not double check the currency converter I was using. What should I do? Should I contact the business school and let them know I made a mistake?

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Well first of all, don't worry. They probably won't catch on that. And secondly sure, send them a quick note with the explanation. It can never hurt!
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