Letters of Rec....

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  1. Beagle

    Beagle Meet BEAGLE

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    Do you need to send in the letter of Recs yourself??? So basically, I'll pick a letter up from my proff's and mail to the AADSAS?
    I only need one copy from my professors right?
     
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  3. DMD DOC

    DMD DOC Senior Member

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    You only need one copy of the recs. Usually the professor can mail the letter directly out to AADSAS if you include the form they provide for letter of recommendations.

    It would not be a bad idea to get a couple of copies for yourself so if for some reason AADSAS delays in sending out the letters of rec you yourself can mail them to the schools. AADSAS works but it is often a slow and time consuming process for them to get information out to schools.

    Hope this helps! The most important thing is to apply early!

    - DMD SOON
     
  4. Beagle

    Beagle Meet BEAGLE

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    So do I send out the letters myself to the AADSAS, along w/ my transcripts?
    Or does the school have to send it to make it official?
    I already asked my professors to write the letters, so I don't have time to get the special AADSAS paper...
     
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    Yah-E Toof Sniper

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    Beagle,

    Just collect your letters and make sure that they are sealed and signed on the back. YES, send it yourself along with all your official transcripts.
     

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