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Ommission on application

UDUBHUSKIESUDUBHUSKIES 632 replies119 threads Member
edited November 2012 in University of Washington
Hi, so I did my application and submitted it. When I filled out each section, I clicked the next button to see if I had any ommissions or errors. I didn't have any. Then when I went to review my application, it said i had two ommissions/mismatches. I went back and found one, and then clicked submit, forgetting that there was still one error. Problem is, I don't know what that one error is, and it didn't tell me when I was reviewing. What do I do next?
edited November 2012
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