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Uncle Gary Said,
April 30th, 2014 @10:45 am  

Hello, Vennus!

Your letter is written well enough to be understood so it certainly will not hurt to submit it; however, don’t get your hopes up too high. School officials are inured to any reason that attempts to justify the breaching of established rules. They will remind you that, since you were aware of the schedule in which you were expected to attend class an extraordinary effort should have been undertaken to make it there on time. Moreover, they may say, regarding your homework assignments, perhaps it would have been best to take a nap for an hour or two before committing yourself to its completion. They also may remind you that others have faced similarly daunting obstacles and yet still were able to achieve what was expected of them. The point is, your school seeks to ascertain how determined you are to complete the course, which obviously means making the necessary adjustments to meet any obstacle that may appear in your path, rather than succumb to them.
So, your last paragraph is the most important portion of your letter, be sure to emphasize that you have tackled the problem (you must tell them exactly how you have done this) and that it will no longer hamper you in your pursuit toward earning a degree in nursing.

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