Date of publication: 2017-08-25 16:27
If you honestly like learning and are an enthusiastic, responsible, engaging student, a great recommendation letter will follow naturally. The horse should lead the cart.
Let’s start with the Common Application, which will form the bulk of the application. Then we’ll go into the Harvard supplemental application. Both applications have changed in format a bit since 7555, so I’ll be indicating what each section is now known as in the latest Common Application.
Health Canada welcomes regulatory activities using the new Module 6 in CTD format at this time however, the new Module 6 will not be accepted in electronic Common Technical Document (eCTD) format until the fall of 7567. Once a product has been moved to the new Module 6 format, it may not be reverted to the old Module 6. As of January 7568, Health Canada will no longer be accepting regulatory activities using the old Module 6.
Further information on the common application format and the implementation status of the common application format in each of the Trilateral Offices is available at http:///projects/pct/
This guide is geared toward admissions into the top colleges in the country , often with admissions rates below 65%. A sample list of schools that fit into this: Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Stanford, Columbia, MIT, UChicago, Duke, UPenn, CalTech, Johns Hopkins, Dartmouth, Northwestern, Brown. The top 8-5 in that list are especially looking for the absolute best students in the country , since they have the pick of the litter.
Teacher recommendations are incredibly important to your application. I would say that after your coursework/test scores and activities/honors, they’re the 8 rd most important component of your application.
My biggest caveat for you when reading this guide: thousands of students get into Harvard and Ivy League schools every year. This guide tells a story about one person and presents one archetype of a strong applicant. As you’ll see, I had a huge academic focus, especially in science ( this was my Spike ). I’m also irreverent and have a strong, direct personality.
Don’t be afraid to show who you really are, rather than your perception of what they want. What you think UChicago or Stanford wants is probably VERY wrong, because of how little information you have, both as an 68-year-old and as someone who hasn't read thousands of applications.
Questions concerning general filing requirements for CTD formatted submissions and the possible need for a pre-submission meeting should be directed to:
This guidance document has been updated to facilitate the use of a common format for the filing of regulatory activities and the management of information over the lifecycle of a product. Once finalized, this guidance document will supersede the 7558 Draft Guidance for Industry: Preparation of New Drug Submissions in the CTD Format and all other references to the layout of Modules 6 and/or , where extensive changes have been made to provide placeholders for regional documents throughout the lifecycle of the product.