<p>Am I in trouble if I sent in the confirmation/signature form not a week after I submitted Part I? I reread the mail talking about the confirmation of Part I and it said that Penn needed the confirmation/signature sheet within the week after submission. I submitted my Part I in 9/30 but I sent in the signature form around 10/20. I am really scared that I will not even be assessed. T_T</p>

<p>And also, when will I get the pin code for the decision? I heard aruond mid November but I haven’t gotten any confirmation yet.</p>

<p>is that form for on-line applicants too? or just those who are paying/applying via regular mail?</p>

<p>You'll be fine. I sent my sig sheet on november 2nd, while part 1 was completed around 10/13. Though i havent gotten a confirmation yet, i did get contacted for a alumni interview, so i assume everything is right</p>

<p>i think it's just people mailing it in. online applicants just type their name in a signature box. at least I did</p>

<p>Sorry to burst your bubble, but I had two friends who applied online, and they were both required to print out a signature page and sign the form.
I can't be 100% on this, but I think you were supposed to print something out and sign it.</p>

<p>You're definitely supposed to print something out and send it in. I applied online, but you still have to print out a piece of paper and sign it and send it in. I don't know how important it is though.</p>

<p>i asked my dean, and she said i didn't have to. but maybe i should just send it in in case? grrr...</p>

<p>I would call the admissions office and ask. I know that it's part of the online application, but I don't know if it's really that important if they have it. And I really doubt they would throw your application out just because they were missing a single signature.</p>

<p>i'm not so much worried that they would do anything that drastic. and when i talked to the admission office before (about something unrelated), they told me they would let me know if i were missing anything.</p>