I'm freaking out

<p>Ok, I realized something and I really freaking out.
Yesterday, my counselor submitted the counselor's part of the common app.
Today, i saw a post about an "international supplement". When I asked my counselor if she had submitted it, she told me that common app did not ask for such thing. Then I went to the help section of the common app and saw that this form becomes activated only when the counselor has selected that the school does not follow an AP curriculum and selected "yes" on whether or not the school is international. My counselor told me she put "No" at the international option since our school is a Greek public school, therefore, not international. The thing is I don't know: Does my school qualify as international?</p>

<p>Yes, your school is international. "International" in a college admissions context usually means "foreign" or "not US."</p>

<p>so what do i do now?</p>

<p>I got off the phone with my counselor and told not to get stresses and that if colleges see that mistake will contact her and she will fix it. Is that ok?</p>

<p>*she told me that</p>

<p>It's not one of those mistakes that gets caught ahead of time (like missing test scores or letters of recommendation). Colleges may not notice until they evaluate your application for admission (February - March), at which time it might be almost too late to submit additional documents in time. </p>

<p>If your counselor can make changes to the school report at this time, she should do that. If not, I would ask colleges how to proceed.</p>

<p>The good news is that little information on the International Supplement is crucial. The most important part is that your college application needs to include results from external examinations in addition to your school grades if those are part of your school system. (For example, Britain has the GCSE and A-level exams, Germany has the Abitur, etc.) If those do not exist in your country or the exam results were already included on your transcript for the regular school report, you are probably fine. But do check with colleges.</p>

<p>Thanks !!! B@r!um , you always save the day</p>