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I messed up the work experience section:(((

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I messed up the work experience section:((( [#permalink]

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New post 18 Oct 2007, 22:02
I just realised after so many days that I reported less work experience on my application after sending it last week:((((

I reported I have 51 months when i enter, but I HAAVE 5 YEARS:((((( WHAT WAS I THINKING. Is there anything I can do??? Can you please advise??????? Do you think I can email the adcom? I had met one person from the staff at one of the fairs and I even took her email address down:(((((( I feel like an idiot((((

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New post 18 Oct 2007, 22:11
1. Calm down. People make mistakes on the form all the time. You are the no. 3 GMATClub-er this year to make a mistake on the form. I am no. 1
2. Call the admissions office and talk 'nicely' (as suggested by ncprasad). Explain to him/her that you made a honest mistake and would like to correct it.
3. If they agree to accept more material, send them the corrected information.
4. If they do not agree, let it be and forget about it. Start working on your other apps.

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New post 18 Oct 2007, 22:11
uvs_mba wrote:
I just realised after so many days that I reported less work experience on my application after sending it last week:((((

I reported I have 51 months when i enter, but I HAAVE 5 YEARS:((((( WHAT WAS I THINKING. Is there anything I can do??? Can you please advise??????? Do you think I can email the adcom? I had met one person from the staff at one of the fairs and I even took her email address down:(((((( I feel like an idiot((((

just means you need to take a 9 month vacation

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New post 18 Oct 2007, 22:18
Thanks KingKprep and Dabots. I think I will call them, gotta wait for like 9 hours before anyone will come into the office....

I can't take 9 months of vacation hahah because I mentioned my vacation periods too because it asked so specifically, mention any travel period .....and it does not equal 9 months... But you gave me a very good idea because I am in consulting so I can swing mini breaks in hte project and trainings etc....

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