I think anything that points out something relatively trivial just 1) brings attention to something they may not have noticed and/or 2) to show sloppy and not attention to detail. Most attempts to correct something carry for unintended risk than help, so leave it alonehi @gonnif
my primary had been submitted but like a few posts have already mentioned I didn’t differentiate my completed and future hours.
My plan is to either use a schools secondary or an small update before processing date (JULY 10th) to basically say these are the few activities whose hours I joined and....... here are the Total number of hours that I completed by the time of applying.
Would this be welcomed or do you think it’s pointless and won’t be looked at?
Would your answer change if I decide to include this info on secondaries that asks if there is something more you want to tell us, where I can basically say here are the hours I completed for these activities and since applying I’ve been continuing so and so for X hours/ week ? Compared to maybe an update before or after a secondary submission?