What if you make a mistake on your college application?

What if you make a mistake on your college application?

If you cannot resubmit your application, ask if it is possible for you to send in a revised essay. Chances are the admissions office will say yes to that request. If you entered inaccurate information, write a detailed email or letter to the admissions office stating the corrected information.

What to do if you made a mistake on the Common App?

On the Common Application, if your mistake appears on any component other than the essay, you can correct it without creating a new version of the Common Application. If, however, the mistake was in your essay, then you will need to create an alternate version of your essay in the Common Application system.

Is race still on job applications?

Federal law prohibits discriminating against job seekers because of race.

Can you race on job application?

While using racial information in screening is often discriminatory and illegal, asking for a candidate’s race on the application isn’t illegal on its own. Claimants have a strong case if an employer asks about race and then includes screening tools or questions that don’t align with actual job duties.

Why do job applications ask if you’re Hispanic or Latino?

We ask whether someone is of Hispanic, Latino, or Spanish origin to create statistics about this ethnic group. Though many respondents expect to see a Hispanic, Latino or Spanish answer category on the race question, this question is asked separately because people of Hispanic origin may be of any race(s).