Happy Schools Blog readers, here is an email thread involving one of our blog readers who replied with the F—— word.
It’s not acceptable to use the work "fuck" in an email conversation or when sending professional email communications. Many people have lost jobs and careers simply because they just can’t control their emotions.
Read the following online conversation and please leave your comments and thoughts.
Sir, I am Upendra and I’ve benefited a lot from your blog! I have an honest query.
I read your “STUDENT GUIDE TO U.S” e-book. You have clearly given the flow chart for applying to the fall semester. It’d be much more helpful if you provide a similar one for the Spring semester.
We are planning to include Spring Flow Chat for our Premium Members, which we will be launching in the coming weeks. Are you planning to apply for Spring 2010?
My GRE score is 1,330 and am awaiting my TOEFL score (I should score 100+). I have 93% in std X and 97% in std XII and 80% in B.E (ECE).
I have applied for communication engineering programs (fall 2010) at the following universities:
1) U of Wisc, Madison
2) U of Florida ,Gainsville
4) U of Texas, Dallas.
Will I be able to secure an admission in any of these universities?
Please suggest me all the steps that I need to take in order to get a financial aid. I am sure that without an aid I won’t be able to make it to the USA.
Also suggest me some good European Universities
I AM IN NEED OF REAL HELP. PLEASE REPLY!
Awaiting your reply
And the discussion continued where he had to use the F Word. [Read the comments below for more details.]
So what do you think of this email conversation? We received similar emails once in a while, but this one was a bit too much.
If you were in our position, how would you respond to Upendra? Leave a comment to below with your thoughts.