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International Student Certification of Finances

montypython92montypython92 Registered User Posts: 14 New Member
edited December 2009 in International Students
Hi all!
I have some queries about the International Student Certification of Finances, please help me out! :)
I looked it up on the collegeboard website and the electronic one costs $200 for one of the forms (O_O). It also says that for institutions that have their own 'personalised' version of the form, like Johns Hopkins does, we have to use the institution's version of the form.

My questions:

1) Is it possible to send the form online to nine universities without paying the crazy amount of money?

2) And if there isn't, should I send it via mail?

3) And for universities that don't have their version of the International Student Certification of Finances, am I only able to send the collegeboard version of it?

4) What is the deadline for this document? Should it be sent in with the rest of the application?

Thank you so much! Any help will be much appreciated! :)
Post edited by montypython92 on

Replies to: International Student Certification of Finances

  • BilguunBilguun Registered User Posts: 1,252 Senior Member
    Same question here!
  • happymomof1happymomof1 Registered User Posts: 25,487 Senior Member
    Email the individual colleges and universities and ask them what they'd like you to do. Each of them sets their own policies, and they might be quite different.

    Don't spend any money on College Board until you know exactly what you have to do for each of the colleges/universities where you are applying.
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