I have a typo in my college essay
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If this title bothers you - or more importantly, if it doesn't - you should read this entry. October 21, Every year, the MIT admissions staff reads tens of thousands of applications. Last year, it was 17, to be exact. In other words, an application is usually read or seen by several people, multiple times throughout the admissions selection process.
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This question is mostly aimed at current college students who had made errors in their apps--whether they got in or not, still, is what I want to know. Anyone, though, who applied early somewhere and made a typo or grammar error in their essays can comment. Hell, anyone can comment! Many colleges don't have face-to-face interviews, so all they got is your application, your grades, your GPA, your activities.
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Oh No! A Typo!!
Welcome, Sammy! Deal breakers? Our twelfth president was formally installed in a ceremony called an Investiture last October. It was a powerful celebration that happens only a few times in the life cycle of an institution. As the person behind our admission Twitter account, I was thrilled to attend in order to share the festivities with our online community.
In an age when applicants all seem to have volunteered, played sports and traveled abroad, colleges are wary of slick packaging. The trend seemingly should make life easier for students — by reducing the pressure to puff up their credentials. So you get some students trying to fake authenticity, to package themselves as unpackaged.