If you type an essay in open office and submitt to your school can they view it using there word program?
If they have a program that can read .odt file format there is no problem.
If they have only MS Word there might be a problem with .odt documents. So if I can advise you, in OpenOffice.org you can save the document also in .doc format (it is the drop down menu just bellow the field where you type the name of the document).
The best way is to check with the school what types of documents they are able to process and then act accordingly.
Getting into a Nursing program does not depend on your high school diploma alone. If you fail to get into a nursing program then it does not mean that your school diploma is fake, may be you don't have required GPA, or may be the nursing school doesn't like your essay, there could be a number of reasons. Improve your overall admission application and you will get into a nursing program.
Brown does not have SAT requirements specifically. Test scores are looked at as part of the overall application, along with your essay, recommendations, high school grades, etc. Brown actually has the widest range of SAT scores of any Ivy League school, possibly because the admissions office weighs essay and recommendations more highly.
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There are no standard criterion from admissions to an MBA program. Each college or university will have requirements particular to itself in terms of GPA, prerequisite coursework, essay (if required), etc. First research colleges and universities that you have an interest in and that offer an MBA program. Then contact the graduate Office of Admissions at the school and request all admissions information particular to their MBA program. You can then match up what you…
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For building thesis, your personal essay should give direct and specific answer to the following questions: Why should the committee select you for the program you apply to? What makes you not only the best in some field, but unique? Why are you interested in this field of knowledge and why have you chosen this particular program? How do you imagine your future career? Are there any doubtful moments in your academic record? If yes…
If your school drops its sports you could write a essay/letter to the principle/financial advisor. Say something about how it helps keep kids fit. You could also mention different ways to raise money for the sports programs. You could also start a petition for the sports program to be brought back. First make sure that you are allowed to do so. Once you have enough signatures give it to the schools main office