The US Common Application (informally known as the Common App) is an undergraduate college admission application that applicants may use to apply to colleges and universities in 47 states of the US and the District of Columbia, as well as in Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, and United Kingdom.There is a Common Application for first-year admission and a Common Application for transfer admission. Both versions allow the application to be filled out once online and submitted to all schools with the same information going to each. Once the application is submitted to a college online, it cannot be changed for that college; the student must contact the college directly if they wish to correct an error or provide more information. The Common Application also allows the student to submit and track other components of their application such as supplements, payments, and school forms.
1. Final Year Marksheets of Standards. IX, X and XI and Mid – Year Report of Standard XII if the applicant is currently in XII Std.
2. One School Counselor Form
3. Two Teacher’s Letters of Recommendation
5. Test scores – SAT scores to be forwarded online through College Board and TOEFL through ETS.
6. Universities might ask you to submit additional documents like Financial Documents, Extra Curricular Certificates etc.
The College Essay or Statement of Purpose reveals something important about you that your test scores can’t– your personality. It can give admission officers a sense of who you are, as well as showcase your writing skills.
The College Essays or the Statement Of Purpose is the opportunity to reveal your best qualities and to show the admission committee what makes you stand out from other applicants. A well written college essay/ sop is your entry into a top college of your choice.
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