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I have heard you can go about 10% over. Anyone knows details? Is this school specific? I am applying to Harvard, Wharton and Kellogg

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New post 17 Dec 2006, 19:07
mailtheguru wrote:
I have heard you can go about 10% over. Anyone knows details? Is this school specific? I am applying to Harvard, Wharton and Kellogg


10% over is fine assuming that theres actually a reason you are going over. If you are going over because you haven't condensed your text, then edit first.

My friends at Harvard (damn them), all say they went a little over on a few essays.

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