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University Of Rochester Early Decision

iamthatstudentiamthatstudent Registered User Posts: 65 Junior Member
edited September 2013 in University of Rochester
YAY! i have finally decided i am going to apply ED.

where is the "ED Conformation form" is it just the one on the common app, or is it something else that i have to print and mail in?

Where do you pay the Application fee? -there is a link on MyRoc website, but it only takes to the form where you apply for a fee waiver.

My SAT Subject Tests i took last year are average? Should i still submit them, or am i better off without them?

Thank You!
Post edited by iamthatstudent on

Replies to: University Of Rochester Early Decision

  • TSocashTSocash College Rep Posts: 294 Junior Member
    The ED Confirmation form can be submitted electronically.

    You should select Early Decision under "Preferred Admission Plan" and check "Yes" under the ED Agreement questions next to your ED Signature. Two other parties still have to sign this online agreement form with you. You must invite a School Counselor, and a parent / guardian via email. You can invite them under the section titled "Assign Recommenders".

    If your School Counselor opts out of the online form, then a downloadable ED Agreement Form will appear under this "Assign Recommenders" section.

    The University of Rochester does not have their own ED Agreement Form, this is all done through the Common App.

    You also pay the application fee through the Common App (unless you have a fee waiver) at the very end of the application process. When you are about to submit the Common Application, the Common App should prompt you to enter credit card information. ***Application fees cannot be refunded once you pay the fee.

    SAT II exams are completely optional. If you took the exams, and you believe that they are a good reflection of who you are as a student, then send them.

    Tyler
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