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why havent they gotten my...

stressedalotstressedalot Registered User Posts: 50 Junior Member
edited October 2006 in College Admissions
hey my counsiler sent my transcript with my reccomendation stuff for colleges and i called 2 day and purdue hasn't gotten mine yet. my consiler said she sent it like 2 fridays ago.. is this normal??
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  • TheVeganActressTheVeganActress Registered User Posts: 6,666 Senior Member
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  • college89college89 Registered User Posts: 157 Junior Member
    im pretty sure that is not normal. it should have arrived by now.
  • stressedalotstressedalot Registered User Posts: 50 Junior Member
    ugghh so that means I should go bug my counsiler to resend a packet again it had like all my rec stuff in it?? like letters and stuff...
  • DianeRDianeR Registered User Posts: 1,541 Senior Member
    Did you ask Purdue how long it takes them to enter received information into their system? Commonly things get received by a college and it takes awhile to get reflected in the records. They have a lot of paper to process. I think it is too early to panic.

    If anything continues to be missing, the school should let you know. I don't have experience with Purdue specifically. But with other schools, we were told if items were missing and were able to submit duplicates. Others report the same thing. Every year people panic like this and they never later report back that materials weren't received and their applications were rejected as a result.

    No need to bug your counselor (note the correct spelling for future reference) yet, IMHO.
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