Currently a non-matriculated student at a pretty decent planning school. Looking to enter as a full time student. Just submitted my application. I took the application process as a formality. Deadline was approaching and i have a demanding part time job so i didn't put to much effort into the personal statement.
Searching through some threads, im beginning to realize not spending to much time on the personal statement, might have been a bad idea. While writing it, I assumed it would never get more then a glance, if any look at all. I just dont see how an admissions board actually has the time to go through 300+ personal statements and 900+ letters of recommendation. (If anyone knows admissions boards do in fact go through these documents in excess, please refrain from telling me)
My question is, should I be concerned that my personal statement was not very good? If so, is there anything at this point I can do?
Grades - Very Good
LOR's - Very Good
Personal Statement - Not Very Good
GRE Scores - Not to bad but not good. Don't see what the point of standardized testing is.