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    Is it okay to include books that have been partially read as part of my personal statement (especially if I plan to reread these books by the time interviews are conducted)? Thanks!
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    It's OK to read part of a book and talk about it, yes. But don't talk about bits you don't know about. If it is brought up at interview (if you have one) then be honest
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    (Original post by aaa.aol)
    Is it okay to include books that have been partially read as part of my personal statement (especially if I plan to reread these books by the time interviews are conducted)? Thanks!
    That depends on why you're mentioning it. If you read a section of a book and found it very inspiring then yes, that's fine as long as you explain what you found inspiring. But if you're just putting down a book to make your application sound more impressive and you just couldn't be bothered to read it, you're going to find yourself in a potentially sticky situation if it comes up in any interviews you're invited to.
 
 
 
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