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Advice Needed

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by guardian, Apr 26, 2001.

  1. guardian

    guardian Senior Member

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    I've been waitlisted by two schools and I still have yet to hear from 4 schools that I've interviewed at (well the fourth is after graduation). I want to still indicate my interets in these schools by writing a letter and or sending in an additional letter of recommendation. Which do you think is better? Also in writing a letter what suggestions do you have? Thanks [​IMG]
     
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  3. gel1

    gel1 Senior Member

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    I think it really depends on how many recs you've already sent out, and whether or not the rec would be for something you've done since applying. Of course, letters of intent are a more direct hint. Plenty of schools do not want applicants to send in supplemental materials, so you might want to check out each school's policy if you haven't already.
     
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    guardian Senior Member

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    I generally thought that calling admissions can be a no-no but sending them additional information is OK? My recommendations were sent out as a composite evaluation. I've asked a professor to send out a letter for me which she did in late December. I haven't done anything new since so maybe a letter of intent is more appropriate.
     

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