length of degree

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ayk
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length of degree

Postby ayk » Mon May 15, 2017 12:57 pm

hi guys . ı have a problem. it seems that i will graduate in 6 years :( ı have studied 1 year in prep. school for english. in total, 7 years . this will be the my length of degree for undergradute. is it a big problem for gradute application? ı am really unhappy about this . ı need your helps. thanks :D

Ptolemy
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Re: length of degree

Postby Ptolemy » Mon May 15, 2017 2:07 pm

It could be a problem if you don't justify it in your personal statement. Make sure you explain the reasons behind this delay in detail and it might not cause you a lot of trouble.




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