Dean's Certification Form

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kaf5250
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Dean's Certification Form

Postby kaf5250 » Wed Nov 07, 2012 11:51 am

I have to submit a Dean's Certification form to a few schools I'm applying to and I am a little confused. Do I just send it to the admissions office through the mail? Do I have to include anything else in the envelope or just the form? One of my apps must be complete by the 15th (Cornell) for EA, will this hold me up if they don't get/open it by then, or is it not part of the actual application itself? (its not on the check list on the status checker which is why I think it may not be)

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Re: Dean's Certification Form

Postby gable sans stache » Wed Nov 07, 2012 12:19 pm

Not sure, but I think it's required (or at least best) to have the school directly send it. That's what my school did, anyway. It's such a stupid and outdated requirement, especially when it held up my Cornell application for weeks last year because my dean (who I never actually met) was sick.




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