Can You Submit A____Before A____?

<p>Can you submit a supplement before the real app on the common app?
(as long as they are not all in one schools i guess)</p>


<p>I don't think so. I tried to before, but it wouldn't let me (and thus I was forced to wait). It could've changed, though (or I could be mistaken)</p>

<p>It depends on the school.</p>



<p>Johns-Hopkins and Caltech are examples of All-in-One Institutions. Harvey Mudd, for example, lets you submit your CommonApp and supplement at different times.</p>

<p>bc strongly suggests you to submit supplement first...</p>

<p>A lot of schools like your supplement first. Of course, if it's an "ALL-IN-1" institution, you have to do both.</p>

<p>If they're both ready? I'd do this:
A) Supplement
B) Application Fee (hey, put the money in and they're bound to pay a little more attention :) )
C) Common Application</p>

<p>both meaning............. hit submit on the supp and then submit on the common app or which way?? for the all in 1s i mean?</p>

<p>wait and for regular ones you say supp first?</p>

<p>Even for the regular ones, I do the supplement first. This varies on a school-by-school basis, and you should check the admissions website/call whatever schools you are applying to.</p>

<p>what about the all-in-ones... do you submit the supp right before the app, or the other way around? which one do you guys prefer or recommend?</p>

<p>I haven't tried. I don't think it matters though. The official wording is:


<p>So, it seems that the answer is "It doesn't matter", unless the school specifies otherwise. You just have to submit both before they'll even look at your app and you have to do both online or both by mail.</p>

<p>so i am a noob. but to submit the common app ( i want to do one college at a time) do you just check one of the boxes to the left of 1 university and press submit and so forth....</p>

<p>do you guys recommend one at a time? i have heard if you do all at the same time the colleges can see where else you are applying and might be bad i dunno?</p>