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This Harvard rejection letter went super viral but it's totally fake

*and hilarious.

OVER THE LAST couple of days, there has been one thing that has deservedly taken over the internet.

This rejection letter, supposedly sent from Harvard College to High School student Molly McGann, is being shared by everyone because it’s absolutely brilliant.

letter1 Source: Citizen Poke Facebook

Putting forward her proficiency in dank memes and her level of “$wagg moneyyyy” as reasons why she should be enrolled to the prestigious University had everyone wishing they could read the original application.

Only, it’s not real at all. Molly McGaan does indeed exist but she wrote the letter for her High School comedy magazine called Citizen Poke

molly1 Source: Facebook

And she has clarified it on Twitter as well

She has actually applied to go to Harvard, but has not heard back yet

Hopefully Harvard admissions people aren’t on Twitter – but even if they do see this, they will surely see the funny side.

Come on, she finished her fictional application essay with ‘McGaan out *drops mic*’ It’s perfect.

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