bruinmojo

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I just realized I sent my UCSD secondary last week without the freaking check!!!!!!

grrr...Do I just send the check over to them, do i call them up , email them or anything? or just send it over?

doh!!!
 

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yea, i wouldn't worry about it too much. my friend told me that when he applied he didn't send checks to any of the UCs and still got accepted to ucla. his reasoning: the check you write to is to UC Regents...meaning the school doesn't actually get the money...and therefore the school won't care. but i guess send it in anyways just to be safe
 
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Have no fears dawg.
Just send it, but make sure to write your amcas ID on the check/.
 

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I'll just send in the check tomorrow morning. Damn I hate filling all these applications :/ . Gonna find the e-mail address too just so i could let them know.

:rolleyes:
 

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haha...the check may be to the Regents, but believe me, the schools get it. EVERY check you write throughout the UC system is written to the Regents.
 

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I would send the check (with ur amcas ID#, as suggested) with a note attached asking if they can please match up the check to your application.
 

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that's funny. i did the same thing today when i sent in my cornell secondary, except i realized it right before the mailman came, so i went out and got the envelope and put the check in.
 
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