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  1. Hello friends, In my this post, I am sharing my experience on How to write an letter for admission. I would love to take an advice from you also. There are two main types of admission letter that are commonly written. The first is usually sent to a recipient confirming that they have been admitted to a specific event, course, academic institution, or club. This is a cordial letter that explains why the recipient has been admitted and politely prompts them to accept the offer. The second type of admission letter is sent by students to prospective universities or colleges, such as nursing school or graduate school. The student must convey why they want to attend and what makes them suitable for admission. It is important for them to sell themselves not just by listing their qualifications and grades, but by passionately sharing their long-term goals, and efforts so far to achieve them. For example somebody hoping to enter journalism school may have a history of good English grades and SATs, but will have a better chance of admission if they worked on a high school newspaper, write a popular blog, and have already had some work published locally. Letters of admission are the main way university students find out if they have been admitted to universities where they have applied.
  2. I am getting ready to reapply for PA programs this cycle. I have four years (7,084 hours) of nursing experience with the last 1152 hours as a Neuro/Trauma ICU nurse. MY SGPA 3.46 and my under graduate GPA is also 3.46. I graduated Magna Cum Laude from my ADN program in 2013. I have four great letters of recommendation (1 PA , 1 former PA now ortho resident, 1 NP I've worked with in the ICU, and 1 former chemistry professor). My GRE is pretty bad since I only studied two weeks for it: Quantitative 143, Verbal 146, Analytical writing 3.0 I was rejected from every school I applied to last cycle and the only thing I can assume is because either my admission letter, GRE, or applying late in the cycle (I applied mostly in August/September). My question is, has anyone used a professional writing company for your admission letter? If so, who would you recommend? I am preparing to retake the GRE soon, but I figured working on my admission letter would hurt either. Any recommendation are appreciated Thanks!
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