Quick PS Question

Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by noshameng, Jun 10, 2012.

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  1. noshameng

    noshameng 2+ Year Member

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    Do you think it is acceptable to use contractions in the personal statement or does that seem unprofessional?
     
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    predentlove 5+ Year Member

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    i went with no contractions!
     
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    no contractions!
     
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    noshameng 2+ Year Member

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    Thanks! What about numbers? Would you suggest just using numerical keypad or spelling it out? I know this seems really trivial but it's the details that matter :p
     
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    I spelled it out!
     
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    DentalDiva RDH 2+ Year Member

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    Lol you sound like you're trying to squeeze in more characters, type the number out dude:laugh: I'm glad you asked though, it really is about attention to detail.
     
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    noshameng 2+ Year Member

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    hahah yea I'm still in the process of finalizing/editing my PS to make it as concise as possible. Thanks for all your help and goodluck!
     

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