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JulianCrane

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Has anyone who's not totally decided on Columbia sent in photos for their ID?
 
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I think you aught to just start a JulianCrane question thread. Might be a bit easier.

seriously. oh, and choose columbia!
 
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Originally posted by Jalby
I think you aught to just start a JulianCrane question thread. Might be a bit easier.

Julian, as I mentioned before....just tone it down a bit ;)
 

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JulianCrane, there is no need to tone anything down a bit. It is unfortunate that this pre-medical "community" struggles in terms of being supportive. Sorry...didn't apply to Columbia...so I can't help you though.

G Luck!
 

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Originally posted by JulianCrane
Has anyone who's not totally decided on Columbia sent in photos for their ID?

Why exactly do you need to know this anyway?
 

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Originally posted by lyragrl
Why exactly do you need to know this anyway?

Julian, if you're unsure if you're gonna goto Cornell, Columbia, or any other prestigous schools you'll get into, AND you're under a deadline for the photo, then send it in. I'm sure a photo wouldn't cost a lot anyway :rolleyes:
 

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Has anyone who's not totally decided on Columbia sent in photos for their ID?

Dear JulianCrane,
I'll pay for the stamp if you attach the matric letter.

Hope that Helps

P 'Just misunderstood' ShankOut
 

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Originally posted by lyragrl
Why exactly do you need to know this anyway?

it really baffles me too, these threads of his. its like a form of bragging, but a stupid one.
 

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Originally posted by indianboy
Dear JulianCrane,
I'll pay for the stamp if you attach the matric letter.

Hope that Helps

P 'Just misunderstood' ShankOut

:laugh: :clap:
 

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Originally posted by exmike
it really baffles me too, these threads of his. its like a form of bragging, but a stupid one.

I'm gonna come to Crane's defense and say people shouldn't freak out about this, for its just a simple question.... He obviously isn't 100% sure about where he's going next year, and just wants to consult others in his position. I know he's not the only undecided one, as I still have no f***in' clue or where I'm going. When it comes time for me to pick over my choices, I now know not to post questions "should I pick this school A or school B?" for people like you all will just freak out and call me a bragger, gunner, or whatever. He's obviously an excellent applicant with great choices to choose from.....deal with it.

I'm happy for your successes Crane and hope I can have similar choices like these to make when my top-choices let me know where I stand.....I say send the picture it in if its due soon, unless its binding somehow (which I doubt it would be)
 

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I now know not to post questions "should I pick this school A or school B?" for people like you all will just freak out and call me a bragger, gunner, or whatever. He's obviously an excellent applicant with great choices to choose from.....deal with it.

False. Repeat with me: "A tool, is a tool, is a tool". No matter how well they have done.

Hope that Helps.

P 'Tautologies are Useful' ShankOut
 

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Originally posted by indianboy
False. Repeat with me: "A tool, is a tool, is a tool". No matter how well they have done.

Hope that Helps.

P 'Tautologies are Useful' ShankOut

That's hilarious, you're the MAN :laugh:

S 'Keeping it Real with the Witticisms' GuptaOut :laugh:
 

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Originally posted by indianboy
False. Repeat with me: "A tool, is a tool, is a tool". No matter how well they have done.

Hope that Helps.

P 'Tautologies are Useful' ShankOut

wow, I didn't know I was dealing with the worlds foremost authority on 'tools'.....my bad. Next time I'll be more careful before sticking up for my friends, who you obviously know better than I do :mad:
 
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