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# How important of Rec ?

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05 Jan 2007, 07:35
One of my recommender submited 1500- word- rec today for Kellogg school. I don't think 1500 words can cover Kellogg recommendation.
Anther submit 3000 word-rec

Any thoughts? ..a little bit worry

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05 Jan 2007, 09:32
1500 words is several pages. Why do you worry about length? Worry about content.

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05 Jan 2007, 10:25
Holy sh8t, 1500 words! That seems like a lot, but like Rhyme says its quality over quantity (for the most part).

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05 Jan 2007, 21:16
3000 words??

My rec did 1200... I thought that was a lot...

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05 Jan 2007, 21:19
Wow Where do you guyz include 1500 words? The school that I am applying to does not even have space for writing anything. It is just multiple choice type of questions.

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05 Jan 2007, 21:26
Tajik4GMAT wrote:
Wow Where do you guyz include 1500 words? The school that I am applying to does not even have space for writing anything. It is just multiple choice type of questions.

Arent you applying to Duke? Cornell?

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05 Jan 2007, 21:27
rhyme wrote:
Tajik4GMAT wrote:
Wow Where do you guyz include 1500 words? The school that I am applying to does not even have space for writing anything. It is just multiple choice type of questions.

Arent you applying to Duke? Cornell?

I am applyin to one school only. It is neither Duke nor Cornell

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05 Jan 2007, 21:28
Tajik4GMAT wrote:
rhyme wrote:
Tajik4GMAT wrote:
Wow Where do you guyz include 1500 words? The school that I am applying to does not even have space for writing anything. It is just multiple choice type of questions.

Arent you applying to Duke? Cornell?

I am applyin to one school only. It is neither Duke nor Cornell

So which one?

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07 Jan 2007, 04:36
A lot of schools have an additional information. You can add up 500Kb.

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07 Jan 2007, 04:36
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