becool5

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Hello Everyone,
I just had a quick question, in the research I have done it seems like most medical schools use the email you list on AMCAS as the primary form of communication, is this true? I'm sure it is much easier, cheaper and more efficient then using snail mail. So would medical schools send letters of rejection, secondaries, interview invites all by email? If that is the case, I thought I checked my quite frequently in general, wait until this Fall!
 

nu2004

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yes, it is true. some schools use email for everything. others use snail mail for everything. if you apply to a broad range, you will likely have both.
 

SugPlum

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Some schools do a combination of snail mail and email. For example, you may get the secondary application in an email, but the school mails out paper interview invitations.