send it in?

<p>Hi everyone,</p>

<p>After I applied to harvard through the SCEA program, I realized that I forgot to mention some things in the "extra information" section of the common app. </p>

<p>These include being a published writer in a poetry book, private biology tutor, fulfilling the requirements to be in 3 academies in my school, etc. </p>

<p>If I send this extra information through email, will they think I'm disorganized because I didn't remember to mention them in my original app? Is it worth it?</p>

<p>Also, should I mention that I skipped from Spanish III to AP Spanish V and also didn't take hon. physics and skipped to AP? </p>

<p>Thanks in advance</p>

<p>How the heck did you miss that stuff?</p>

<p>Yes you should send that stuff in now, and no I don't think they will think you're that disorganized. :) If you do the online thing, be careful to keep it as short as possible because there is a secret character limit (I think it's roughly 1500 character max). Be concise! :)</p>

<p>Thank you for the reply! The reason I missed those is that the common app limits the number of extracurricular activities you can put down, so I didn't have room to mention my job as a tutor. Same thing for awards. There's an online option? I called the admission office and they told me to send an email(and gave me specific instructions).</p>

<p>I hope those were some important things you put down... tutoring is an important EC! :).</p>

<p>I just thought it wasn't as unique as some other extracurriculars. But thanks! I'll mention all my tutoring activities in the email. :)</p>