The rest of your application, however, can be edited and changed an unlimited number of times.
The Print Preview is regrettably located toward the end of the process.
Looking for a quick and easy way to determine which of your colleges require the submission of additional essays? If you see “Writing Supplement” as an option underneath any of your schools, you’ll definitely have additional writing to complete.
However, if you don’t see “Writing Supplement” under a particular school’s name, there’s still a chance that extra essays are required.
If information is mysteriously missing (problems have been reported in the “Activities” and the “Current Year Courses” sections) or if your essay doesn’t look right, go back and delete your previous entries and try reentering the essay or data.
If problems persist, restart your computer, check your system and change browsers if necessary.
For anyone applying to college, dealing with the Common Application can be stressful.
To help alleviate any pressures inflicted by Common App glitches, here is a summary of the best tips we’ve found to get you through the process a little more smoothly…Work on your Common Application during less congested hours.
So, as you’re making your academic selections, do yourself a favor and double-check the school’s website.
If you can confirm that your academic area of interest is indeed available, by all means choose it!