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Turning down a school

Discussion in 'Pre-Pharmacy' started by TexasTwinner, Apr 9, 2007.

  1. TexasTwinner

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    Does anyone have any suggestions for writing an appropriate letter to a school telling them you aren't going to go? Should it just be short and sweet?
     
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  3. KUMoose

    KUMoose Grumpy old man

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    I'd suggest calling the school and letting the admissions staff know. It's faster and generally they won't ask for a lot of questions. If you really don't want to talk to anyone, they usually have voice mail systems and you could leave a voice mail.
     
  4. hexane

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    I would be short and sweet. They have too many things to do rather than read a long letter explaining your situation, just keep it short so they know you're not attending and they can offer the next person a position.
     

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