Case Western....if you didn't receive a paper ap

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  1. WISC-ite

    WISC-ite Senior Member

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    Case Western....if you didn't receive a paper application, call (216) 368-3452 tomorrow. I have been waiting for my status to change at that school for about three weeks now and was informed that my file would not be complete until a paper copy is submitted.

    I know this is stated on the application webpage, but I have yet to receive my paper application. The paper application-sender-people are really swamped so give them a call.

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    WISC-ite
     
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  3. Doctor Octopus

    Doctor Octopus Hospitalist

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    bump for all those cwrusomaphiles
     
  4. Neuronix

    Neuronix Total nerd
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    Note, MSTP people will not receive anything on paper. You are just to send them your LORs and a check for $25 ($25 is the MSTP fee).
     
  5. tryingagain

    tryingagain Soon to have no life

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    Or don't make the mistake I did. I submitted their secondary on the web. They then sent me another paper application in the mail. I looked at it and then verified my checklist of completed schools. I thought since I had completed the online secondary this paper one didn't have to be done.

    Now if I had just read the directions (a little problem of mine) I would have seen that it also has to be filled out and sent in.

    Filled it out and sent it in a few weeks after the internet secondary. I am so glad I held on to that letter and didn't throw it away.
     

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