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Advice on Classification

KAM

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    Are u still classified as a re-applicant if you didn't hand in secondaries, i.e. you were never "complete", at certain schools. Should you bother writing a new PS for those schools anyways?
     

    vkhalsa

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      KAM said:
      Are u still classified as a re-applicant if you didn't hand in secondaries, i.e. you were never "complete", at certain schools. Should you bother writing a new PS for those schools anyways?

      if you were never complete they most likely never even looked at your application. I don't think you would need to rewrite your PS.
       

      BoxingMD

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        Thats a good question, Im in the same situation. I sent primary but wasnt happy with MCAT score last year so never sent secondaries. I really put in alot of effort in writing my PS so I would like to avoid writing it all over again.
         
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