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Application due before documentation - what's the documentation?

For some early action programs (i.e. Georgetown), you can send in the application by one date and then there's a second date by which it must be complete. But what counts as the "application" - just the form? Letters of recommendation? Personal statement?

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Re: Application due before documentation - what's the documentation?
« Reply #1 on: October 21, 2006, 05:57:12 PM »
just the application counts...complete means they have everything recs, dean's cert's etc....since most schools do rolling admissions they usually start looking at apps once they receive one letter of rec...so they will send you a email saying that your application is active and they will let you know when it is complete or if its missing anything