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Withdrawing Applications

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New post 15 Feb 2007, 11:46
I was invited to an interview at Yale, but I'm positive I'd still go to Tuck if admitted to Yale, so I'm not making the trip to New Haven and I don't want to just not respond.

What is the proper course of action to withdraw my app? Should I also withdraw my apps at other schools (if I'm positive I'm enrolling at Tuck)?

Thanks in advance
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New post 15 Feb 2007, 11:50
You can just e-mail them I am sure - if you know you are going to Tuck then I would withdraw -it lets Yale know they should invite others and since you know you have no plans on going there whats the point? Tuck is a great school - best of luck.
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