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Question on Supplemental Forms

Question on Supplemental Forms
« on: October 17, 2005, 05:36:26 PM »
Do you need to have all of a school's supplemental forms, i.e. residency, financial aid, scholarship etc. finished and received for your application to be considered complete?
Or, do you just need to make sure to get those forms in prior to their respective deadlines?
I'm curious because I know some of the supplemental forms are going to take much longer than the apps themselves (like Vandy's scholarship form).  As always, thanks for your input.

Re: Question on Supplemental Forms
« Reply #1 on: October 17, 2005, 05:43:04 PM »
I'm pretty sure scholarship and financial aid just have to be in by their respective deadlines.  Earlier on scholarship is also still better, but since they usually don't read them until after you are accepted, it's not usually required for completion.  If it is required, I'm sure it would explicitly say so in the scholarship application directions. Residency forms are required for completion though as schools need to know whether you are a resident or not as part of decisions.