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Q: ontime ( Answered 4 out of 5 stars,   0 Comments )
Subject: ontime
Category: Reference, Education and News
Asked by: huff-ga
List Price: $100.00
Posted: 17 Sep 2003 06:50 PDT
Expires: 17 Oct 2003 06:50 PDT
Question ID: 257622
write a personal letter to an admission officer.
let him know that you have apply to study in their university.
let him know that you would want him to wave Official SAT I or ACT
score  as part of the admission requirement.
let him know that you have arrange to sit for SAT 1 in December 2003
but the time will be to short for  immigration processing so this is
the reason why you want him to wave SAT score.
let him know the importance of admitting you into their university.
let him know that you have alot of value be
let you would to be admitted for spring 2004.
you can add any other information you think is necessary.Also write
another letter to the admission committees.
Subject: Re: ontime
Answered By: aditya2k-ga on 17 Sep 2003 22:51 PDT
Rated:4 out of 5 stars
Hi huff-ga,

Good day and thanks for your question. Letters to the admission
officer and the admission committee do not differ in this case
(waiving SAT scores). Furthermore, the letter should not be too long,
as these committies receive thousands of letters and emails, and hence
the letter should catch the essence of the matter involved.

Here is the letter. If you have any clarifications, please don't
hesitate to ask,as you have been doing in the past.


The Admissions Officer



I am [YOUR NAME] from [HOME COUNTRY], and I've applied to the [PROGRAM
NAME], commencing in Spring 2004,my degree objective being a Bachelor
of Science (BS).

I have studied the university brochure and I note that the SAT or ACT
scores are a requisite in the application package. I am scheduled to
take the SAT I exam in December 2003. However, if I do wait for the
SAT scores, I fear that the time taken between the date of admit
decision and the orientation date will not be enough for immigration
clearance and issuance of a US visa. Hence, I request that you waive
this prerequisite. Unfortunately, I will not be able to take the SAT I
test before December 2003, as no examination dates are securable.

In lieu of the SAT I scores, I would like to state that I studied in
Beijing's finest school, and I have an excellent academic record. I
have worked in close quarters with school professors, and have also
performed a great deal of research on [YOUR AREA OF INTEREST], far
beyond the bounds of school curriculum. It would be an honor to secure
admission in your esteemed university, as the program encapsulates all
my academic ambitions. I understand that a waiver of SAT I scores
would render me ineligible for any university scholarship. Keeping in
mind that there is never any price for good education, my family is
prepared to bear the costs of my education at [UNIVERSITY NAME], if I
procure admission to the program.

Once again, I request you to waive the SAT I/ACT score requirement and
consider my application favorably.

Thanking You,
Yours Sincerely,
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