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Spiderman [RNA Ladder 2003]

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I sent my LORs before receiving the secondary and when I read it I realized that I made a mistake. Here what it says about LORs:

"Authors of individual letters must sign the back of the business envelope ... with their signature intactact upon arrival to the Admission office."

The bold words are actually underlined in the letter. I think most of my instructors did not sign the back. Do I have to ask the to send the letters again? Do you think that AdComm is going to make a big deal out of that?

P.S. the letters were sent by instructors, not by me.



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This is a tough call. If you don't think that the Professor would mind, just ask them to send it again with the signature. If Finch gets two, I am sure that they won't care.
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