Potentially Stupid Question

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NorCalBruin
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Potentially Stupid Question

Postby NorCalBruin » Wed Oct 27, 2010 1:22 am

Just like virtually everyone, I'm submitting my applications online through LSAC. Most applications require you to sign & date the application. However, on most online applications its impossible to sign them electronically (aka, actually type in / print your name). Thus my question:

By and large, does just hitting that submit button and sending it electronically count as "signing" it? If not, what does?

Thanks.

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Re: Potentially Stupid Question

Postby s0ph1e2007 » Wed Oct 27, 2010 1:26 am

NorCalBruin wrote:Just like virtually everyone, I'm submitting my applications online through LSAC. Most applications require you to sign & date the application. However, on most online applications its impossible to sign them electronically (aka, actually type in / print your name). Thus my question:

By and large, does just hitting that submit button and sending it electronically count as "signing" it? If not, what does?

Thanks.


yea you're good as long as you date it

UNLESS, you're talking supplements or ED contracts

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jetergrl2ss
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Re: Potentially Stupid Question

Postby jetergrl2ss » Wed Oct 27, 2010 1:27 am

Some have an electronic signature at the end of the application. Type your name and date. Submit. If there's no place for an electronic signature, I would assume just submit.

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Re: Potentially Stupid Question

Postby CGI Fridays » Wed Oct 27, 2010 3:33 am

Don't forget to fill out the date though!
Some have type-locked "name" but type-able "date".
Also, good luck with U Mich ::growl::




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