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Hello all,

I cannot believe I am writing on this forum after using this website for years to get countless answers to my questions about the application process and specific schools. My question is if I did a course at a another university with a letter of permission during one summer, am I required to list it as an institution attended on the application? It says on OLSAS that I can still add an institution even though I have submitted my application already.  

Thank you in advance!

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