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I must be burnt out completely

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by dopaminesurge, Aug 13, 2006.

  1. dopaminesurge

    dopaminesurge My friends calls me Steve
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    I have 1000 more characters to write for Stanford, it's my last one before Duke, and I CAN'T BRING MYSELF TO DO IT.

    Secondary exhaustion, and not a single interview invite yet.

    Narc can flame me, again, if his life is meaningless today.

    Stanford... I have allowed you to reject me three times already. Am I really happily skipping toward a fourth Stanford rejection?

    Apparently.

    Hey, interesting story about the first two rejections. Anyone care to hear it? It's pretty short.
     
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    Lets hear it!
     
  5. dopaminesurge

    dopaminesurge My friends calls me Steve
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    Yay.

    so I applied early decision to undergrad, got rejected in December, then rejected AGAIN in March/April. THIS IS NOT SUPPOSED TO HAPPEN. I wasn't deferred. I was rejected. I figured they just wanted to make sure I was aware that I STILL WAS NOT WELCOME ON THEIR CAMPUS. Like, maybe they'll just send me a reminder rejection every 3 months to make sure I know I STILL CAN'T COME TO STANFORD.


    Postscript: I talked to an admissions member some time after, and he said it was a peculiar story and that they probably meant to have sent a deferral and made a mistake. Better off that way. That would have been like waiting for Yale to reject me now.
     

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