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High School Date of Entry

HelpWithSchoolsHelpWithSchools Posts: 386Registered User Member
edited August 2010 in Common Application
I have been at my school since Pre-K. Should I put that as my date of entry or 9/07, when I entered high school?
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Replies to: High School Date of Entry

  • QuantifierQuantifier Posts: 158Registered User Junior Member
    You should put 09/07
  • RocknPianoRocknPiano Posts: 1,000- Member
    Yup, what if I switched schools in 09/2010? Will they realize this?
  • sophistrysophistry Posts: 913Registered User Junior Member
    What if I went to more than one high school?
  • Pranam0Pranam0 Posts: 163Registered User Junior Member
    There is an area where they ask you for any other secondary schools that you attended! Plus, on your transcript, they will specify where you went and when. ;)
  • RocknPianoRocknPiano Posts: 1,000- Member
    I didn't see an "add more" option. Let me look again real quick.
  • jhwu928jhwu928 Posts: 1,368Registered User Junior Member
    Yeah, my school's a secondary school (British system), which means we go from Year 7 to Year 13 (i.e. 6th to 12th grades). I'm just putting 2004 as my year of entry. It makes more sense to me.

    I think if you switched schools, you put the date of entry to the school you're going to at the time you submit the application - so RocknPiano, I would say 09/2010 is your entry date.
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