We like to do our part to help our applicants put together a good application. It may seem strange that the Admissions Office drops these hints, but we far prefer reading well-crafted applications to those that are, well, tossed together.
Over the last couple of years, we’ve compiled a bunch of tips that you can scroll through by clicking on the “Admissions Tips” category. There are some that are so important that I won’t wait for you to find them on your own. The first is: Make sure that all your documents come to us with the same name on them. There are many reasons why applicants have different names on their documents: change of surname following marriage; error by the testing services; different transliterations of spellings in another writing system; etc., etc., etc. But the bottom line is that you should not leave it to us to figure out which documents go into your application file. You need to tell us! Send us a note that says your transcript will have a different name on it. Then we’ll have the chance to pull everything together and make your application complete.
More tips will be coming. Meanwhile, check out what’s there already.
Tagged with: Application
Archives by Date
TagsApplication Boston Boston Marathon Business competitions Capstone Career CIERP Class of 2010 Coffee Hours Commencement Community Conferences Cool stuff! deadlines Dean Stavridis Dear Ariel decisions DME Early Notification Essays Faculty Spotlight First-Year Alumni Five-Year Updates Fletcher couples Fletcher Forum Ginn Library GRE IBGC Internships Interview ISSP LLM MIB OCS On the road Outside the classroom Paying for Grad School PhD Professors suggest Reading Days Recommendations Roxanne Social List Student Stories waitlist