I sent an application for LL.M program last week and I was just re-reading the motivation letter I sent them. That's when I realized I made a mistake by writing "economical politics" instead of "economic policies"... Before sending it, I read it a thousand times and I just didn't see it until now! Do you native English speakers believe this is a terrible mistake? I am worried, because I believe the rest of the letter was quite good, and I really don't want to miss the chance of being accepted because of this...
Thanks a lot!
Last edited by Isabella Melo; 05-Apr-2013 at 19:30.
You have posted this in two separate sections. It is confusing to post duplicate questions. I am closing this thread - people will still be able to answer in the Editing and Writing Topics section.
Last edited by emsr2d2; 06-Apr-2013 at 23:10.
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.