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Submitting Scripts for Coverage
Email your scripts as PDF Adobe Acrobat files to email@example.com after placing your order. Each script must be 115 pages or less. The scripts do not need to be written by the same screenwriter. You may submit scripts in increments of 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, etc. If you're submitting 2 scripts, enter "1" in the quantity box at checkout and the total should be $130. If you're submitting 4 scripts, simply enter "2" in the quantity box at checkout and the total should be $260.
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o Rating Scale of Pass, Consider, or Recommend
o Rating Grid for Character, Concept, Dialogue, Plot, & Structure.
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