The 2013 adea aadsas application Biographic Information



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Release Statements:

ADEA AADSAS Applicant Code of Conduct

By my signature below, I certify that I have read the ADEA statements, "ADEA - ADA Ethical Conduct in Applying to Dental Education Programs" and "ADEA AADSAS Applicant Code of Conduct," and that the information I have provided in this ADEA AADSAS application is complete and accurate to the best of my knowledge. I authorize ADEA AADSAS to investigate any information, including my educational background,

disciplinary history, and record of criminal convictions that it believes is relevant to my application. I acknowledge my responsibility to notify ADEA AADSAS in the event of any material change in the information I have provided. I give my permission for my current and former employers, educational institutions, and personal references to provide information that they may have about me in response to inquiry from the ADEA AADSAS. I understand that omitting relevant information or providing misrepresentations or false or misleading information in my application and/or supporting documents or during the application process may result in the suspension of my application and/or other actions, including the possibility of expulsion from a school of dentistry, if enrolled.

I acknowledge and agree that my sole remedy in the event of any proved errors or omissions related to the handling or processing of my application by ADEA AADSAS is to obtain a refund of my ADEA AADSAS application fee.

I give permission for ADEA AADSAS to release information to my designated schools of dentistry. I also authorize the use of such information for research, applicant tracking and reporting purposes.

I agree to the terms of this certification statement.

Your certification of this statement serves the same purpose as a legal signature and is binding.

You are required to carefully read the Ethical Conduct in Applying to Dental Education Programs and agree to the Release Statements in order to submit your ADEA AADSAS application.



Advisor Release Statement

Checking the Advisor Release Statement permits your advisor to view information about the status of your application. Your ADEA AADSAS application will be processed regardless of whether you do so or do not certify the statement below. ADEA AADSAS encourages you to certify this statement to enable your advisor to be aware of your admission status. You cannot make changes to this item after submitting your application to ADEA AADSAS.



I give permission for ADEA AADSAS to release selected information about the status of my ADEA AADSAS application, including DAT scores, to the chief health professions advisor and the health professions advisory committee of the post-secondary institution(s) I have attended. By releasing this information, advisors are better able to assist applicants in the application process and advise applicants in the future.

I give permission for ADEA AADSAS to release selected information to my Pre-Health Profession advisor.

I do not give permission for ADEA AADSAS to release selected information to my Pre-Health Profession advisor..

Your certification of this statement serves the same purpose as a legal signature and is binding.



NOTE: ADEA AADSAS strongly encourages you to give permission to release selected information about the status of your application to your health professions advisor. Having this information helps your advisor provide services to you and informs the advisor about the success of students from your college/university in being admitted into dental schools. However, your application will not be adversely impacted if you do not agree to have your status information released to your health professions advisor.

Evaluators

You may make revisions to this section at any time during the application process (before February 15, 2013)

Applicants may submit a maximum of four individual Letters of Evaluation UorU one Committee Letter/Report plus the option of one additional individual letter.

Prior to providing names in the Evaluators Section of the ADEA AADSAS Application, applicants should ask individuals if they are willing to serve as evaluators. If so, ask each evaluator if he/she wishes to provide the Letter of Evaluation to ADEA AADSAS electronically or prefers to provide a paper letter that is mailed to ADEA AADSAS. If the evaluator is sending a letter electronically, ADEA AADSAS needs the evaluator’s email address so ADEA AADSAS can send a message to the evaluator that indicates the process for electronic submission.

In the Evaluators Section of the ADEA AADSAS Application, the applicant:


  • indicates the individuals who will provide LOE’s on his/her behalf

  • indicates which format each evaluator will use, electronic or paper

  • checks the appropriate box to indicate if the LOE is a Committee Letter/Report

If the evaluator prefers to submit an LOE electronically:







Applicant provides the evaluator’s email address.



As soon as the evaluator’s name and email address are provided, the evaluator receives an email from ADEA AADSAS directing him or her to the ADEA AADSAS Evaluators Portal.



The first time an evaluator enters the Evaluators Portal, the evaluator is asked to provide contact information.



The evaluator follows the simple step-by-step instructions for submitting the LOE. ADEA AADSAS


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