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StressedLlama
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I'm currently working on my sketch entries and have a (potentially stupid) question:

How is everyone describing their sketch entries in only 48 characters? I wanted to mention how I got accepted into a Master's program with a scholarship but I don't even have enough space to say that. How are you guys highlighting the importance of your sketches with the character limitations? 

Also, should I used the "Other" entry to describe my acceptance into the Master's program instead of the "Awards and Accomplishments" one? 

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ProudCrocodile
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48-character part is perhaps only for a title. There should be another 150-character part for you to describe details.

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18 hours ago, StressedLlama said:

I'm currently working on my sketch entries and have a (potentially stupid) question:

How is everyone describing their sketch entries in only 48 characters? I wanted to mention how I got accepted into a Master's program with a scholarship but I don't even have enough space to say that. How are you guys highlighting the importance of your sketches with the character limitations? 

Also, should I used the "Other" entry to describe my acceptance into the Master's program instead of the "Awards and Accomplishments" one? 

Not sure getting into a program is sketch material. Someone feel free to correct me but I thought they sketch dealt with employment, ECs, scholarships actually received and not just given alongside an offer of admissions, awards and honours.
 

I’m happy to be wrong if something has changed from when I applied.  

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