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how to go about withdrawing an acceptance

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by mewannabedoctor, Apr 16, 2007.

  1. mewannabedoctor

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    This might be a stupid question, but what is the standard way for withdrawing an acceptance, ie sending a letter (if so what should it say), email, or call. Thank you!
     
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  3. tdd340

    tdd340 Assistant to the sensei

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    Withdrawals need to be in writing. So you should either send a letter or email.
     
  4. Catalystik

    Catalystik Providing herd protection
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    The school will want it in writing. A simple format is best.
    "I would like to withdraw my previous acceptance at Hogwarts School of Medicine. Thank you for your consideration. Sincerely, Mewannabedoctor"
    Your signature proves it is you doing the withdrawing.
     
  5. YanCanCook

    YanCanCook That my friend....

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    As I was wondering this as well. Also, how do you go about asking for a refund of the deposit.
     
  6. geogil

    geogil Still training.

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    A visit to the admissions department (or accounting) with a ski mask and a handgun will suffice. The handgun also allows you to obtain a refund of your secondary fee.
     
  7. geogil

    geogil Still training.

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    ok, that was a little tactless given the recent events at VTech.
     

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