How do IBs check school-year for undergraduate recruiting?
I'm a college freshman on a leave of absence that unintentionally altered my enrollment schedule, and now I'm having to graduate one semester early in order to graduate conventionally in the month of June. However, I'm concerned that I might technically not meet the "...applicant must have a graduate date between xxxx and June 202X" requirement, since even though I plan on graduating in June of that year by filling enrollment credits beforehand, my semester count/level will imply that I am actually set to graduate a term later from that June.
Do recruiters actually check this info? If so, will it be fine for me to explain to a recruiter that I plan on graduating in June 202X by earning additional credits beforehand? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!