What exactly constitutes a blunder on AMCAS?

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  1. DZT

    DZT Senior Member

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    Hey y'all, I have a question. Right now, I am scared sh#$less over making blunders on the AMCAS. On what grounds would AAMC send your application back for correction? Missing info? Messed up dates? Basically, if one tiny thing is wrong, they will automatically send it back, right. Has this happened to anybody? Anything in particular I should look out for?
     
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  3. BUmiken12

    BUmiken12 Senior Member

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    When you're done with your application, there's an option to run an application audit. This checks over your application so that there are no big errors, but it won't check grammar mistakes.
     
  4. Nuclearrabbit

    Nuclearrabbit Senior Member

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    i'd say putting the wrong gender down would constitute a "blunder" on your amcas.
     

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