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secondaries: MUST use the space provided?


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Jul 15, 2002
    OK, this may be a dumb question but is there an unspoken rule about using the space provided (of course I am talking about those prompts that do not specify a character limit nor using a separate piece of paper)? Unless they tell me otherwise, and want a "descriptive" essay in one paragraph, I'm inclined to just write it on a separate piece of paper and attatch it. You think they care, as long as it isn't a book?
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