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All time accounted for?

meow0628meow0628 Registered User Posts: 33 Junior Member
edited November 2014 in University of Florida
Curious to know what "all time accounted for" means on the UF application status? Does this mean my application is on time even if you haven't paid the app fee?

Replies to: All time accounted for?

  • Test90Test90 Registered User Posts: 93 Junior Member
    edited November 2014
    That means, they know what you were doing from (I think) Highschool diploma and after... For example, you graduated 2012 from HS... You went for 1/2 years to europe and worked 1 1/2 years... Is this time accounted for, what you did there? Yes/No... They just don't want to have a hole in the resume afaik :) Hope that clumsy explanation helped... (Of course, correct me if I'm wrong :D )
  • meow0628meow0628 Registered User Posts: 33 Junior Member
    That's not what I mean. :-S I think you're describing gap years/disruptions in school. I don't think I explained it well in my first post, sorry.

    When you check online on your application status check, which means you see if the school has received everything (transcript, test scores, etc.). It says Application (then yes or no), fee, and another thing, and then on the bottom it says "all time accounted for." I assume from this confusing wording that it means that you have your application turned in for it to be considered on time. However I'm still totally unsure what it means for certain. :-/ I tried contacting admissions, but so far they haven't replied yet.
  • Test90Test90 Registered User Posts: 93 Junior Member
    edited November 2014
    Yes I know, that is what I am talking about... The university wants to make sure they know any course you have ever taken so you can't get admission based on you leaving one year out of your resume in which you didn't particularly do well :)
  • meow0628meow0628 Registered User Posts: 33 Junior Member
    Every course I have ever taken is on my transcript. I have never left school or had a gap year. It would not make sense at all for them to list it on status check for everyone even if they've always been in school.

    I saw on my status check that they have viewed it initially, so this probably means it is on time. That was all I wanted to ask.
  • Test90Test90 Registered User Posts: 93 Junior Member
    I am only trying to help you... You asked a question and I gave you an answer... It doesn't have to make sense to you... That is a standard form, and the officer fills it out if all time is accounted for... Yes... Or if it is not accounted for... No... They are simply required to...

    But I googled it for you... Here you go...:
    " UF Admissions ‏@UFAdmissions

    @TheRealTommyYo it means that there are no gaps in time between schools that we need to know about."

    https://****/UFAdmissions/status/389896775156641792


    To make it now clear, no it doesn't mean that they have viewed it initially or that you paid in time/not in time :)
  • meow0628meow0628 Registered User Posts: 33 Junior Member
    Thank you. I apologize @Test90... For the other schools I've applied for, they ask in the application how many schools you've attended or if you have any disruption to report. Never had it appear on my status check for other schools, so it was very confusing why it did.
  • Test90Test90 Registered User Posts: 93 Junior Member
    It's okay :) I understand! Universities are odd...
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