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felipe5

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I know this has been beaten to death in earlier threads, but I'll risk asking this question anyway.

I'm in the process of filling out a financial aid application to my state school, and in it, it asks me a series of essay questions such as "describe current or past EC's you consider to be beneficial to your personal/professional development"

My personal statement is filled with the answers to this type of questions, and I spent SOOOO much time wording my PS nicely, that now when I try to answer these types of ?s, they come out sounding exactly like my PS.........is it a bad idea to rewrite what I put in my PS in these questions? what about copying and pasting?

I'm just tired of all this app-crap............

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You might be eligible for scholarships so they might be trying to understand who you are and some of your interests so that they can identify money that's available for you.
 

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uhhhhh, yeah, but what about my question......would it be unwise to reiterate what I put in my personal statement???? How about copying and pasting???? anyone????
 
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