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How long does it take Pritzker to process LOR

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by keptium, Aug 15, 2002.

  1. keptium

    keptium Member

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    Hi...does anyone know how long it takes for pritzker to process LOR? Considering I sent in my LOR a week ago and live about 15 miles away from Pritzker....shouldn't they have it already? I figured it got lost or maybe they are just really slow. Oy.
     
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  3. Focus

    Focus crazy!!

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    Hi Keptium,

    I sent my Lor almost two weeks ago, as of today they still have not received it. So they're probably slow.

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  4. GuitarMan

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    I applied last year so this may not apply, but Pritzker was the last school to which I sent my supplemental and other materials, but they were the first school to offer an interview. I thought they were pretty fast, but I applied later in the season (like Oct) and AMCAS was crippled so things might have been done differently.
     
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    does chicago screen for secondaries? do they send it via snail mail or email?

    thanks :love:
     
  6. Focus

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    Hi katheyla,

    I think Pritzker scans. They send their invitations VIA e-mail.

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  7. keptium

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    Actually, I think I read somewhere that Pritzker sends secondaries to everyone....and uses the secondary as a screen itself. (although its secondary is no where close to being in the same league as Duke!)
     

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