3 years ago
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Has anyone experienced a delay with essay review?

So I submitted an essay on Thursday evening and it was projected to be done in 5-9 hours. I have since not received it (as of Saturday morning) despite reporting delays twice. Is this common?


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3 years ago[edited]

I have tried to do that once, but it did not happen to me. It could be a delay or just your WIFI connection might delay your work.

I had an issue on my school website just like this one and it did not accept my message when I tried to send it. It took forever to send to my teacher, but they fixed it. Also, it could be many people submitting their essays at the same time range. Since so many people are on CollegeVine, most of them could be online at that time and that can slow down a webpage.

I would recommend resetting your WIFI and if that does not work you can contact CollegeVine.

I hope this helped =)

Sorry if it did not...

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