<p>ok i was filling out the application online and i by accident bubbled in something that i wasn't supposed to. Do any of you guys know how to unbubble something on the app?</p>

<p>can't you just click off the bubble to the bubble that you want?</p>

<p>i wasn't supposed to fill in an answer to the question</p>

<p>anyone? help would be greatly appreciated</p>

<p>i have one question.. i am applying 4 the regular admission so it has to b postmarked by jan 1st. i have everything done.. but my transcript. do you think they are going to accept my transcript after jan 1st ??</p>

<p>thats bad. i cant say anything cuz i dont know for sure, but theyre not gonna like that. im sure laxfan will give u a good response, but is there any way to mail it before the deadline?</p>

<p>due to the holidays school is closed so i dont think so .. i dont kno how i forgot this!!</p>

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<p>Read it.</p>

<p>"My school is closed for the holidays so I can't submit the transcript and/or letters of recommendation until after January 1st. OR May I send supplemental materials for my application after the January 1st deadline?</p>

<p>The application deadline is a postmark / online submission of January 1st for either the Part I and Part II of the JHU Application or the Common Application and Common Application supplement. Supporting materials such as transcripts, test scores, and recommendations can be sent separately after the January 1st deadline. However, we recommend all required documents be postmarked no longer than two weeks after the deadline."</p>

<p>Wahoo scorp -- thanks for posting that link to Hopkins Insider blog</p>

<p>so many of these questions have already been "officially" answered.</p>

<p>blackballoon -- as far as your question, have you already submitted your application -- is that why you can't go back and change the "bubble"? If so, then just sent an email to <a href=""></a> with your application correction and they will take care of it.</p>

<p>no, i haven't handed in my application yet. i by accident answered a question on the online app that i wasn't supposed to, and now, i can't unbubble the answer i filled in</p>

<p>then use the additional information section to explain the error when you submit your application </p>

<p>it seems your computer is having problem with the "bubble" technology</p>

<p>I actually had the same problem when I applied ED. </p>

<p>The question was "Have you been in a school where English is the language of instruction for 5 years or more?" and it was directed towards international students. I accidentally bubbled it and I wasn't able to unbubble it. I didn't attempt to contact Hopkins about it because it was so trivial to the application.</p>

<p>whoa mdkeung, i made the same exact mistake</p>

<p>Actually, the answer to that question is not trivial. It relates to TOEFL requirements. </p>

<p>As I suggested, you should explain the error in the additional information section, just to be safe.</p>