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English, 11.07.2017 02:13 arslza6

Read the sample letter. dear applicant, congratulations! your admission application was approved, and you have been accepted as a student at ridge community college. your acceptance indicates that your test scores met the college’s requirements and that many people believed in you. if you are entering as a first-year student, send your enrollment records from your former high school. if you are a transfer student, send the records from your former college. if you plan to attend, then register online. what is the purpose of this letter? to inform the student of admission status to compare one student to the other to entertain the student by telling a funny story to convince the student to enroll

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