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2 hours ago, Crusading Angel said:

Bah I'm nervous. I sent in transcripts like 6 months ago during last cycle. Just submitted application on 6/24. Waiting for transcripts to be verified. Hopefully it will be completed soon.

I'm in the same boat. I also submitted on the 24th and status says "verifying." I called yesterday (probably too soon, I know lol) and they told me it was "in line for verification" but didn't give me a time frame. 

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2 hours ago, PAWannaBe1 said:

I'm in the same boat. I also submitted on the 24th and status says "verifying." I called yesterday (probably too soon, I know lol) and they told me it was "in line for verification" but didn't give me a time frame. 

 

5 hours ago, Crusading Angel said:

Bah I'm nervous. I sent in transcripts like 6 months ago during last cycle. Just submitted application on 6/24. Waiting for transcripts to be verified. Hopefully it will be completed soon.

Be patient, they will most likely be verified within the next week :)

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On 6/28/2017 at 9:18 AM, OaklandU Needs PA Program said:

 

Be patient, they will most likely be verified within the next week :)

Just got verified!!!?

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If you guys have had a name change since taking college courses or your transcripts are taking over 3 weeks to process, definitely email or call them. I changed my name after marriage and it may have delayed the processing for my application. When my 5 transcripts were still not processed after waiting a month, I emailed them explicitly mentioning my name change. "Coincidentally" they processed all my transcripts 2 days after I emailed them.

I submitted on June 22 and was verified on the 27th.

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@khwaaa What did they say about the name change? Did they want a marriage license or anything? Or did they just take the info and say thanks? I submitted on the 9th of this month and my associate degree is in my maiden name. So, now I'm wondering if I should call now and be proactive or wait a few weeks. 

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On 5/27/2016 at 5:27 PM, PM_UR_PTs said:

Submitted Last night on May 26th, at 10:00 PM.

 

Verified May 27th, at 11:00 AM 

 

Woot! I thought it would take up to four weeks, but that worked out much better than I expected. 

 

ITS ABOUT TO GET REAL

verified in a day? Did you have your CASPA verified   in  THIS cycle yet?

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On 5/30/2019 at 12:07 AM, PAStudent8152 said:

verified in a day? Did you have your CASPA verified   in  THIS cycle yet?

That post is from May 2016; I doubt that person is applying this cycle... though one day turnaround times are not uncommon early in the cycle.

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