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Confused: they said my application is complete, but they don't have midyear report

StonesnStonesn Registered User Posts: 605 Member
edited January 2012 in Common Application
Cornell, Princeton, Stanford, and Vanderbilt say my application is "complete" and ready for review, but my counselor hasn't even sent in my mid-year report. Why are they saying this? I'm so worried--they don't even have my updated transcript.

Help?
Post edited by Stonesn on

Replies to: Confused: they said my application is complete, but they don't have midyear report

  • GinyuTokusentaiGinyuTokusentai Registered User Posts: 142 Junior Member
    Well, if your counselor hasn't sent in the report yet, they won't see it. From what I know, the counselor is supposed to do that after your school fall semester is over. It isn't something that the colleges were supposed to receive at the same time as the rest of your application/recommendations.
  • StonesnStonesn Registered User Posts: 605 Member
    So...what your saying is that when they say my application is "complete" is that they received the stuff they needed by the deadline (which doesn't include the mid-year obviously). Clarification?
  • GinyuTokusentaiGinyuTokusentai Registered User Posts: 142 Junior Member
    Yeah, pretty much. I mean, you can't do anything about the midyear report. Your counselor will submit it when he/she is ready (and maybe you can like inform your counselor about it in case he/she doesn't know about it already).
  • StonesnStonesn Registered User Posts: 605 Member
    Do colleges review applications without the midyear report? Is that possible?
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