fastnfurious

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I am using my health committee at school to apply to an early assurance program at only 1 school (deadline = nov 1st) and I'm unsure of when to apply. Right now our health committee has two dates we can choose: end of may (which sends out secondaries in june) and an end of august (sends them out september).

My question is I don't think I'll be ready to have all material in before this May deadline. Should I try rushing in my LORs and Personal Statement by May or take my time and do the August one?? Also, when should I send in my primary? Do I necessarily have to wait to send those in until my secondary is ready to go??
 

Vitamin B6

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Earlier is always better. The longer you wait the fewer interview spots available.
 

BigRedder

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You send in your primary as soon as it is ready. There are untold numbers of threads on this with good information.