Yes, I've been staring at them. Scary to think that all the hard work might be overlooked by a mistake that happened 11 years ago.The secondaries that ask about charges (including juvenile) will give you a space to explain what happened.
Thanks.It depends on the offense, what you learned and what has happened since
You only need to disclose if the secondary asks about charges.Thanks.
Do I keep it broad and just discuss what I have learned and how I have not been in trouble since? Or do I go into details and describe the issues?
The people in the juvenile system I spoke to said none of this is online and no one would be able to see it, but I figured I should disclose it anyways, correct?
Just tell them what happened and what you learned.Yeah, I know, I'm receiving secondaries now. I was just wondering how much detail I should go into it. Do they want me to tell the story, making excuses, or do they want me to just say the charges and what I have learned since then and not describe exactly what happened?
Thank you, much appreciated. Yes my nose has been clean since the incident.Even with a battery charge, the fact that it happened when you were a child, plus the (implied) fact that you have kept your nose clean since that time tells me that you're not a risky candidate, and while I'd ask you about the charge in interviews, you're most likely to do fine in the admissions process.