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Does anyone here Use Portfolio.com for LORs

Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by Nasem, Apr 18, 2007.

  1. Nasem

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    I was told by a few folks to try using portfolio for my LORs...
    How exactly does this work ?
    Does portfolio store your documents in their data base and you can use them whenever you want? After you send out a document, do they still keep a copy of it in thier database or you can only use it once... how does it exactly work
     
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  3. uvaGirL07

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    yah I think you meant Interfolio


    it sort of serves as your health profession office, except that you would upload your letters directly to their website, and just let them know when you want them and where do you want them sent to. You can also choose to waive your rights to read the LOR's or choose to read them. They give you a page to print out, that has a bar code on the bottom, and this is what you give to your evaluators. When they send it in, either through mail, fax or directly upload to the website, you can see when interfolio receives it. What is cool about it, as long as you pay for membership, they will keep your letters, scores etc...
     

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