I can't seem to submit an application without reopening it and finding some small error. It's usually just one small error per application and is not a typo. It's in the actual application, where you have to fill in the fields. For example, on my most recent one, I put "1004" instead of "2004" regarding when my mom graduated with her PhD, lol.
I know the obvious answer is to proofread better, but that doesn't help me much now because I've already sent them off. When I find these small errors, I normally write an email clarifying it.
Anyone know how much this might affect the admissions process?
Wouldn't it be great to be McCain for a year and not have to worry about "class of 1004" typos?
Oh I kid McCain.