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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical Allopathic [ MD ]' started by yenisha, 09.07.06.

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  1. yenisha

    yenisha 2+ Year Member

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    Does anyone know how much interfolio charges per letter sent?
    I am a student at UCLA, if I am getting a LOR from a community college, would I be able to send it through career center?
     
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  3. cm1285

    cm1285 Junior Member 5+ Year Member

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    ucla career center will hold the letter for you,

    you have to be a bruin, not the writers
     
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    MiesVanDerMom D.o. or Die 7+ Year Member

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    each packet of letters is 5 bucks (includes like up to 30 pages or something). if they send it electronically it is 4 bucks.
     
  5. Dr John Galt

    Dr John Galt Junior Member 2+ Year Member

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    Yenisha-

    definitely use interfolio, they are MUCH cheaper and MUCH faster than UCLA. Im a Bruin and made the mistake of trusting my university. Read the fine print though and you'll find out that it can take up to 15 BUSINESS DAYS to get letters of rec out unless you pay them $20 for each school to send them fast. UCLA was a total disappointment in this dept. What a RIPOFF! I hope their lethargic service didn't put me too far behind.

    Best of Luck & Use interfolio!!!!:thumbup:

    JG
     

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