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Hi everyone,

 

My application went into RFR once I submitted my PS yesterday. But when I logged onto Minerva today, it still gave me the option to upload a new version of my CV and transcript. I thought yesterday was the deadline...? Until when is this option available? Will it affect the processing time of my application if I do decide to upload a new version of my CV?

 

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You can upload a "current" CV and transcript at any time. 

 

Not sure how it will affect your processing time. Nevertheless, I would recommend uploading a more current CV or transcript if you believe that it will increase your competitiveness. 

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I think they leave it open because at some times during the application process the faculty can ask for updated grades. (If in last year of undergrad and you get your fall grades back).

 

For myself I have kept the original one I uploaded before the deadline. I didn't tamper around with it in worry that the faculty think I submitted late.

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