<p>I submitted my application for Georgetown this morning and an hour later, I realized that I made a mistake in my essay by saying that its school colors were blue and WHITE even though its blue and GREY. Should I call the admissions office and ask them if I can upload a revised essay to fix this typo or should I ask them to make note to disregard the typo and that I acknowledge I actually meant grey?</p>

<p>And will this break my chances of getting in :( it was a mistake because my eyes seemingly can't tell the difference between the two colors
Thank you!</p>

<p>I think you should contact the admissions office to explain your situation</p>

<p>Should I call or email them?</p>

<p>I would just explain to them that they got the essay that was meant for Yale.</p>

<p>That’s even worse</p>

<p>The suggestion wasn’t completely serious.</p>

<p>your fine bro they are just school colors like who even cares about them lol </p>

<p>Email them.</p>

<p>Thanks guys,
I emailed them about it; it was post-submission anxiety hahah and I was worried because there is a lot of history behind the colors and I don’t want the admissions committee to think that I didn’t do my research (it is my dream school ahhh)</p>