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At the outset I'd like to express my gratitude for providing me this opportunity. I sincerely express my thanks to the Dean and other faculty members who reviewed my application. I applied for admission to a dental school, and as a result got the opportunity to be in touch with you all.
I am quite hesitant in writing this letter, but the urge of admission within me is pushing me ahead to explain my position. I'd like to emphasize here that I've always earned top scores in Mathematics including calculus I, II, III and pre calculus and algebra. I was able to secure an 'A' all through. Similarly English has also been one of my strengths. But, during the test of reading comprehension and quantitative reasoning there was something which prevented me from concentrating well on the subject. I was given two black markers from the testing center. By mistake, I left these markers open during the test and by the end of the second section these markers dried out. When I called for help couple of times, the testing instructor went out of sight for durations ranging from couple of minutes to about ten minutes. As time progressed, I became little tense as there was time constraint for the test, so I had to hurry up, which in all probability appears to have influenced my test score. You can ascertain the fact, if you could take a look at my past grade on those two subjects. So I'll be grateful to your goodself, if you could take a look at my individual score rather than the entire DAT test score. I am willing to sit for a retake DAT as soon as possible to prove my point. ...
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