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All Credentials Missing Online- Early Action

showtunesguy89showtunesguy89 Registered User Posts: 283 Junior Member
edited November 2006 in University of Chicago
This post regards my application and my checking credentials on the Uncommon Application online. When I went to check my credentials, I was worried about certain things:

1) I had to re-submit my Basic Information online because I sent my Basic Information form via snail mail. When I re-submitted this application, I had to choose "Regular Decision" instead of "Early Action."

2) All of my credentials were missing online, even though I verified in the last week of October that most of the essential components had gotten in.

I'm just worried because of the fact that I sent the Basic Information form, choosing "Early Action" instead of "Regular Decision", which I'm afraid might change the notification date. Is there any easy answer to this? Should I just call the Office and ask if everything was submitted?
Post edited by showtunesguy89 on

Replies to: All Credentials Missing Online- Early Action

  • bendrumfrontbendrumfront Registered User Posts: 2,090 Senior Member
    Yes, but no if you have already spoken to them once.
  • showtunesguy89showtunesguy89 Registered User Posts: 283 Junior Member
    I already spoke to the people in Admissions once, but I faxed in a supplementary essay (in addition to the three essays required) and a teacher recommendation after I checked my credentials because I know that neither of these got in. I think that I should call my Admissions Counselor (Jon Ryan Quinn), but I'm not exactly sure.
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