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Pecking away at my application(s) so that it's out of the way before school starts, but Dal's site is a little weird. I've attended two different universities, but I'm not sure if I've actually succeeded in adding the one I attended for first year. I can see my current school that I filled in, but I can't see the info/window I entered for my previous one, so I'm not sure it's actually saved. When I click "enter or view," it just takes me to a page to enter an additional institution. Anybody else figured this out/done this before?

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Click out of the screen, then click back. You will see the first one you added, then when you go to add another school, you will see the second one you added. If you try to add a third it will be blank. I think this means it worked.... But it doesn't feel super intuitive.

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1 hour ago, Kalobis said:

Click out of the screen, then click back. You will see the first one you added, then when you go to add another school, you will see the second one you added. If you try to add a third it will be blank. I think this means it worked.... But it doesn't feel super intuitive.

I did try clicking off and coming back to it initially, and since I thought it didn't go through, I re-submitted my previous school. It only shows my current one every time I come back to it, but now I'm worried I accidentally put in a double entry, lol. I sent Dal an email asking about it because it really isn't intuitive.

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