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Answered 2006-07-10 23:15:45

It's a large, impersonal and automated mailing system that gathers data from just about anywhere it can and sends out literally tons of applications. Most of that stuff is discarded, but they don't care, they just want to get applications back.


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First step: send it to the right school. Second: tell the wrong school to withdraw your application.

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