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What is 'address type' for Ivey?

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What's the difference between Kin and April address types?
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Kin is your permanent home address, April is the place you reside during your summer months. People usually just put the same address to avoid confusion.
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@goldmansachs wrote
Kin is your permanent home address, April is the place you reside during your summer months. People usually just put the same address to avoid confusion.



Oh okay thanks. So on the Ivey application I just put both?
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You put Kin, April and Session Address and... Secondary School Address if you live away from your house to attend that high school. So like if you're in a boarding school (most leave it empty)

Haha, I'm working on my app right now too.
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Lol What's session? ><

(sorry if I sound annoying...I genuinely don't know what those are...)
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Haha, it's okay. Use the help section, it actually helps.. LOL

Here lemme copy and paste directly from there:

You provide address information in 4 different sections: Kin, Session, April and Secondary School. ‘Kin’ address is the address where your Next of Kin reside (usually your permanent home address). ‘Session’ address is your address during the academic year (usually the same as your Kin address). The ‘April’ address is where you reside during the summer months. ‘Secondary School’ address is to be completed by students who reside away from home to attend high school during the regular academic year. Remember if you select this as your preferred mailing address, you to change your preferred mailing address when you finish high school.
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Oh okay thanks so much!

Are you close to being done yet? haha
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Do you have to add the addresses for each section if they are the same?
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