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Admissions essay for Virginia Tech. Word limit 250. Word limit 250. Admission essay for Virginia tech. I have written my draft ideas. Here is the link to the requirements https://vt.edu/content/dam/vt_edu/admissions/forms/VTIntlApp.pdf I am answering section 5b. Essay prompt 4
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