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The AADSAS site says they recommend not sending in transcripts and LORs before the new cycle begins on May 15th. I was hoping to do this in the Spring to get a head start. So I was just curious...has anyone done this, or should I just be patient (hard for me) and wait til May 15th?
 
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Zubnaya Feya

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The AADSAS site says they recommend not sending in transcripts and LORs before the new cycle begins on May 15th. I was hoping to do this in the Spring to get a head start. So I was just curious...has anyone done this, or should I just be patient (hard for me) and wait til May 15th?

I posted he same question earlier... and people said to wait until the application becomes available. You need the transcript matching form for your colleges to send to AADSAS. Transcript matching form will be only available May 15.

Also, AADSAS might lose your documents.. and then it will be more hassle. I decided it's better to wait till the application is available.

BUT, I would definitely write the personal statement, update CV and resume before end of January; and then beginning of Feb contact all the people you are hoping to get the LORs from (give them your resume, PS, CV + all the instructions)... College professors are often quite busy so it might take them some time to write the letter or they might need more info from you. :xf:
 
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