ABSOLUTsher07

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I just finished writing an essay on why I want to attend a particular school, but I'm having some trouble ending it. Should I say something along the lines of "I really want to attend (blank) and appreciate the consideration of my application"??
 

geno2568

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refer to life after med school.
like, after talking about how great of a school it is, talk about how great of a doctor you will become because of it (just dont sound arrogant, of course)
 

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I closed with something like "i look forward to my for years at (blank)" or, "I look forward to being a student at (blank)"
 

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Personally, I don't treat the supplementary questions as essays. There just isn't the space. So I forego the introduction and conclusion.
 

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CTtarheel said:
I closed with something like "i look forward to my for years at (blank)" or, "I look forward to being a student at (blank)"
Don't you worry about (blank), let me worry about (blank).

Also acceptable: (blank)? (BLANK)! You're not looking at the big picture here!
 

geno2568

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i spoke to my premed advisor about this

she said to treat them as essays