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How to Withdraw from School

Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by miraclegirll, Dec 9, 2005.

  1. miraclegirll

    miraclegirll Junior Member
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    Does anyone know how to withdraw your application from a school? I don't think my chances are very high at some schools and don't want to send the extra fees to complete my application.
     
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  3. nyching30

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    i would just send the admissions coordinator an e-mail requesting that your application be withdrawn for this current admissions cycle. That's what i did
     
  4. PERFECT3435

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    send them an email and tell them that you think their school isnt good enough for you. they'll withdraw your app for you.
     
  5. dominoes

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    I'd call b/c sometimes they can do it over the phone with you. And if they tell you to email someone, then you'll know it's reaching the right desk.
     
  6. DentalNerd

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    If you have not sent your secondary application fees, the schools will automatically withdraw your application. They will not review your application until all fees are paid. I see no reason to contact them.
     

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