Where will I
be able to view my GPAs?
coursework is verified, please log in to your account and visit the Check
Status tab on the homepage of your application to download a PDF of your
application and review your GPAs as your programs will see them.
I disagree with my GPA.
What do I do?
AADSAS cannot recalculate entire GPAs for each applicant; however, we are
willing to look at specific areas upon request. Please review the ADEA
AADSAS GPA Guide for instructions on how ADEA AADSAS calculates GPAs. After
reading the instructions and attempting to calculate your own GPA, email
your name, ID and “Verification Inquiry” in the subject line. Include a
specific set of calculations for a certain portion of your GPA which you
believe is incorrect and we will review and explain the discrepancy. Please
don’t request GPA calculations over the phone.
Does ADEA AADSAS give refunds?
part of the process is that the full instructions are read and the application
is reviewed to ensure the necessary steps are taken to complete the
application. Once an application is submitted, a refund is typically not
granted. In special circumstances, though, refund requests will be reviewed.
Applicants must submit a brief, written request within 30 calendar days of the
end of the cycle to email@example.com. ADEA reserves the right to grant or deny
requests at its own discretion. Any refund granted will be returned to the
applicant in the format it was paid. Re-applicants accepted after June 1 to the
previous cycle can request a refund; requests must be made within two weeks of
the acceptance, which will be verified by ADEA AADSAS staff.
How do I know my application
has been submitted?
After clicking “submit and pay” and completing all of the steps, you will
receive a confirmation email and notification to your application message inbox
that your application was submitted.
I have received my final
grades for current courses, but transcripts are not yet available. Should I
wait to submit the application until ADEA AADSAS receives the updated
You have two choices in this case:
- You may list your current
courses as completed on your online application, and wait to submit your
application until ADEA AADSAS has received the updated transcript, which will
cause a delay in your application. Please note that once all materials have
been received, it may take four weeks for your application to be verified. ADEA
AADSAS recommends that all information arrive at ADEA AADSAS at least four
weeks prior to your earliest deadline.
- You may leave the course
listed as in-progress on your ADEA AADSAS application and submit your
application. In this case, you would send the transcripts with only the
completed courses to ADEA AADSAS and, once the in-progress courses are
complete, either update your information during one of the Academic Update
periods or send updated transcripts directly to the schools to which you are
applying. This would avoid a delay in your application, and this is not an
When should I submit my
Submit your application early—at least four weeks before the first deadline of
the schools you are applying to. Applicants who complete their application in
the summer are more likely to be successful. Transcripts and letters should
also be received early so the application can be fully processed by the