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strech

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    So my question is this. I have my deposit down at one school and already sent in my acceptance letter. I just go into my top choice school and now I need to withdraw from my previous acceptance.

    What is the proper way to do this, a phone call, a letter, or an email?
     
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    Wayne Coronado

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      So my question is this. I have my deposit down at one school and already sent in my acceptance letter. I just go into my top choice school and now I need to withdraw from my previous acceptance.

      What is the proper way to do this, a phone call, a letter, or an email?

      Same situation happened to me. I accepted at one school while I was waitlisted at my first choice. One week later, I got the call from my first choice and had to send word to the other school (I think I actually sent a letter although now a classy withdrawal e-mail is just as good). I ate $1000 for the deposit on the former school, but I ended up saving tens of thousands in the long run.

      Congratulations on your first choice and good luck in d-school :luck:
       
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