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Hi all Just so you know, the results for the entrance exams were released this January 28, and I didn't meet the quota scores for both my courses, because I didn't realize they were both in-demand and I didn't know there was a quota for the university. I'm writing a reconsideration letter, generally, a letter to the dean of your preferred course, a report card of your grades and finally, an interview. I'm going to need help writing my letter, aside from my parents and some sources, this forum is one of the things in the net I trust. So, anyway, the letter needs to be convincing, not boring, interesting and probably not too long; imagine how many piles of letters the dean must have on his/her mailbox lol Any guidelines? Tips? Templates? I'm going to need all the help I can get. Good day everyone
First off, So yeah, I got accepted into college. Which is pretty significant to me; I finally feel like I'm actually doing something with my life and it's going somewhere. It's been heading that way for awhile, but this really made that obvious to me. Which is both awesome and horrifying at the same time. While college will be awesome, I'm worried about dealing with the [censored] of paperwork that seems to drift everywhere. And finding a way to make money spontaneously appear in front of me. And about a million other things that randomly pop up into my head. My goal is to get a doctorate in computer science (because, you know, that'll be useful), maybe picking up some spare bachelor's if they only take a few more credits to get. Obviously that'll put me in a big hole debt-wise, but I'm hoping to offset that with as much free money as possible. Surprisingly enough, my parents aren't going to help with that, for reasons that can be discussed at some other time, ere I become angry and resentful. It seems like everyone here is either in college, grad school, or has had colleging. So I'm wondering, what advice do y'all have for someone who will (hopefully) be attending college a year from now?