Leave it blank or fill it in??

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  1. Sefuro

    Sefuro Junior Member

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    Hey everyone,

    For parts of the AADSAS online application in which there are no R (required)designated, is it better to fill it in even though it's optional or to leave it blank?

    Thanks!

    Harvey
     
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  3. Pebbs

    Pebbs Member

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    I'm pretty much filling out everything. Unless you have a really good NOT to fill it in, I would just go ahead and do it.
     
  4. DesiDentist

    DesiDentist G. S. Khurana, DMD, MBA
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    there were these weird questions like : City Code and country code and at first I wanted to fill it in and I typed in my area code, but then i realized they can get that from my phone number and below the field it stated "non us 999" I didn't know if it mean't that if you weren't a us citzen you entered 999 or all non-us people filled that form in. I just left it blank. I mean i'm a us citizen no need to fill that in. What did y'all do for that question?

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  5. GTchick

    GTchick Senior Member

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    city code and country code are for non US phone numbers. If you have a US phone number you don't need to fill it in because calls within the US do not need them.
     
  6. Sefuro

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    Thanks for the input guyz! I appreciate it.
     

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