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GWU Secondary - HELP!!!

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by ry835, Jul 29, 2002.

  1. ry835

    ry835 Junior Member

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    Question nine has a table to fill in class requirements. The problem is that neither typing on a typewriter nor my handwriting will fit in the space provided. Would it be unprofessional for me to make a table exactly that size and glue it to that space? I am especially wondering because they do say to not submit answers on additional sheets....it's not really an additional sheet though imho. What do you guys think?
     
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  3. Smoke This

    Smoke This Sweet cuppin' cakes!

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    Perhaps you could find someone with smaller handwriting to fill out the table for you.
     
  4. Bikini Princess

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    All I can say is I hate having to type stuff on a typewriter. You'd think they could make a .pdf file available.
     
  5. Wahoo07

    Wahoo07 Senior Member

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    Maybe this is a crazy idea, but perhaps you could create a document in Word using a small font so that all the answers to the questions line up with the spaces in the application. Then you could print it out. It'll take a while, but it might be worth it. I personally didn't have problems using a typewriter. Good luck. :)
     
  6. bruinkid

    bruinkid Senior Member

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    i don't see anything wrong with glue
     
  7. Mr. H

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    Best thing to do


    1. Get adobe acrobat full version
    2. Find a scanner
    3. Scan in document
    4. Change to PDF file and simply creat text boxes in the spaces you want to type into
     
  8. ry835

    ry835 Junior Member

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    Bikini Princess,
    I agree with you about the typewriter thing. You would think that in this high-tech day and age...but anyway....
    thanks for the help, guys. I'm gonna think about it a bit longer. I like the scanner idea although I would have to go hunt one down (that would be much easier if I were at school!). Ok, I'm done babbling now....hehe.....Thanks.
     

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