As Admissions Offices Adopt E-Mail, False Acceptance Letters RiseBy
The false acceptance letter troll has struck again. MIT sent out an e-mail last week telling prospective undergraduates they’d been admitted to the university, only to send a second e-mail shortly after saying the first letter was a mistake.
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