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LOR: Address to "AADSAS" vs "To whom it may concern"

Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by beryeuni, May 13, 2007.

  1. beryeuni

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    One of my professors asked me if he should adress the LOR to AADSAS specifically or just say "to whom it may concern" since the letter will be forwarded to differental dental schools....

    Thank you in advance :)
     
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  3. dmd2011

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    it should probably be "to whom it may concern".
     
  4. Sprgrover

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    Have the letter dressed to "Whom It May Concern", not to AADSAS. AADSAS merely processes your application and they have nothing to do with any admissions decision.
     
  5. var310

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    I used "Dear Admissions Committee"
     

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