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A quick definition of policy:

A policy is a set of rules or guidelines that help a government or organization make decisions and take action. It's like a map that shows the way to do things in the best possible way. Policies can be made by different people or groups, and they help to make sure that everyone is working towards the same goals. Policymaking is a process that involves identifying problems, setting goals, making decisions, and evaluating the results.

A more thorough explanation:

A policy is a set of rules or principles that guide a government or organization in making decisions and taking action. It helps them to govern effectively and achieve their goals.

For example, a school might have a policy that all students must wear uniforms. This rule guides the school in maintaining a certain level of discipline and professionalism among its students.

Another example is a government policy to reduce carbon emissions. This policy guides the government in taking action to address climate change and protect the environment.

Policymaking is a process that involves identifying a problem, setting goals, making decisions, and evaluating the results. It is an ongoing cycle that helps organizations and governments to adapt to changing circumstances and achieve their objectives.

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I'm done trying to get into law school. Just going to go play dead in some grass somewhere. Good luck all.
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anyone have advice on submitting an additional rec letter after WL even if the admissions officer said it's not necessary? rec letter is from someone affiliated with the school..
I would still do it
18:01
not someone claiming they got accepted from the SMU WL
One of my waitlist allowed me to submit a fifth letter of rec after submitting 4 in my initial applicstion
18:03
I just hope SMU gives me a chance once my test results post :’)
If it’s another prof, I would ask the law school if it’s okay if the new recommender submitted another letter directly to admissions team, if they say yes definitely go for it
18:05
I only have one LOCI for them left and I’m waiting to use it when my last results release, otherwise I would
manifestmoreadmissions
21:02
valley SMU would be so lucky to have you you would be such an asset
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