« on: January 22, 2007, 10:19:46 PM »
Anybody know when they release these?
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Topics - Soft Factors
« on: January 16, 2007, 08:01:29 AM »
Anybody find access to this list on the internet?
« on: January 12, 2007, 08:38:15 PM »
Just received an, "Oh, you requested materials in the Fall but are yet to apply...do apply!" e-mail from USC.
If you really wanted to go there and didn't apply because of borderline numbers, consider this as a possible good sign.
July 22, 2006. There was no way I was getting over that hurdle. My track and field history would suggest a photo opportunity was in our midst. In 1991, as part of my elementary school field day, I somehow got conned into participating in the hurdles, which Iíd never done; which 11-year-olds should never do. I sprained my left ankle, received six stitches on my right shin and broke the orbit around my left eye; and all this happened before the first hurdle! I tripped early on, and only my orbit reached the metal. In 2002, I broke my wrist trying to be funny on the track. I approached a hurdle at full speed and tried to push it down instead of jumping over it. Of course the hurdle was bolted to the floor and my wrist snapped like a twig. Is this even legal! Is it legal in sports to punish failure with injury this serious? I was away from the hurdles for nearly 5 years when, in 2006, I faced the high-class leapfrog once again. This time the stakes were high: ooh I loved that girl, and she was a state champion hurdler. I honestly donít know how I got myself into this position again, facing a row of hurdles. I really wanted to impress Marissa. It is ironic that she was the person I awoke to, performing mouth-to-mouth resuscitation on me. So, Iím a failure at hurdling, right? Wrong! Well, no, right, but I got the girl!
« on: January 08, 2007, 08:06:56 AM »
What's the going practice on returning phone calls from admissions departments? I'm dealing with a message on my cell phone from a school's director of admissions congratulating me. She was not informing me of admission, the call was a follow up to the package they sent.
Do you call back in this kind of situation?
What about if it's an acceptance notification message?