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16 Nov 2006, 14:56
Would it be considered too presumptuous / cocky to end the last application essay with something along the lines of "I look forward to being part of xxx's student body next year", or is that acceptable essay etiquette?
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16 Nov 2006, 14:58
hosam wrote:
Would it be considered too presumptuous / cocky to end the last application essay with something along the lines of "I look forward to being part of xxx's student body next year", or is that acceptable essay etiquette?

I'd word it ever so slightly different - "I am excited at the opportunity to be part ...."
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16 Nov 2006, 21:15
rhyme wrote:
hosam wrote:
Would it be considered too presumptuous / cocky to end the last application essay with something along the lines of "I look forward to being part of xxx's student body next year", or is that acceptable essay etiquette?

I'd word it ever so slightly different - "I am excited at the opportunity to be part ...."

you sure know your way with the words!
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17 Nov 2006, 04:22
luminos24 wrote:
rhyme wrote:
hosam wrote:
Would it be considered too presumptuous / cocky to end the last application essay with something along the lines of "I look forward to being part of xxx's student body next year", or is that acceptable essay etiquette?

I'd word it ever so slightly different - "I am excited at the opportunity to be part ...."

you sure know your way with the words!

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17 Nov 2006, 07:38
Thanks Rhyme.

INSEAD application complete and sent!
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17 Nov 2006, 07:59
hosam wrote:
Thanks Rhyme.

INSEAD application complete and sent!

Hi Hosam, which campus have you applied for? Are you going to apply to other schools?
17 Nov 2006, 07:59
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