mostlytoasty Posted November 29, 2010 Share Posted November 29, 2010 (edited) Hi all. I have a writing sample I wrote for a seminar that has been polished/revised/reworked etc. BUT it comes up to 14 pages (13.75 if you want to get exact about it). All of the schools I'm applying to suggest to submit one that is 15-20, no more than 25, or 10-12 pages in length. While I don't think 14 pages is too much of a problem for the last option (I'll probably cut it any way), is it a problem for schools wanting at least 15? I didn't really think a page would make a difference but now I'm having second thoughts. I feel like if I try to push the document to hit the 15th page, I'd just be adding fluff—but then again, there's always room for further analysis. I feel like my paper is exactly what it needs to be in these 14 pages, but I don't want to look like I didn't try to meet their requirements. I wrote a senior thesis so I'm pretty sure they'd know I'm capable of producing "long" work.. but.. any thoughts? Edited November 29, 2010 by mostlytoasty Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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