yeah, it's pretty hard to not memorize it. secondaries even forced me to memorize my credit card number...which has made ordering takeout much easierRobizzle said:i am surprised if anyone who has started filling out secondaries has not memorized it yet.
those who have yet to submit amcas n stuff that's a different story..
The same thing happened to me . . . so many flights for interviews, hotel rooms, heck even the odd secondary I could pay online . . .jbrice1639 said:yeah, it's pretty hard to not memorize it. secondaries even forced me to memorize my credit card number...which has made ordering takeout much easier
good luck fellow three timermustangsally65 said:I applied for the first time for 2004/2005, and then last year when I reapplied I had the same number. This year is number three and I still have the same ID. If I don't know it by now then I'm in trouble!
Not any worse than being at airborne school for 3 weeks known only as C477 (pronounced Charlie-four-seven-seven). By the end I didn't even remember that I had an actual name . . .yobynaes said:doesn't that make you feel like a pathetic number in this already apathetic world?
hopster said:Thats nothing. THe other day I went to enter my Credit Card # for a secondary and I found myself instinctually typing it out without a glance to my card. Now THAT is scary.