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adizzle87

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I heard I need the LOR writers address for this, is this correct? Would the person's business address suffice?
 

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I heard I need the LOR writers address for this, is this correct? Would the person's business address suffice?

If they will still be using their business address come June 1st when the matching form is available, then sure why not. But if you're near campus and taking it to a professor who's still around during the summer (which I'm guessing they would be if they are still accepting mail at their business address), it might be easier/quicker to just visit him/her in their office and drop it off.
 

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Why not do it electronically? So much more efficient and less stressful
 

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Why not do it electronically? So much more efficient and less stressful

Yeah, that too...I didn't even tell my LOR writers that mailing it in was an option. I think it's so much easier, quicker, and less stressful on them AND us if they just do it all electronically.
 

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Some professors prefer to submit letters via mail, because whatever aadsas (or any other such service) sends them ends up lost either in junk email folder or among 100000 other emails they get.

Others prefer paper because they think it is more professional.

I gave my professors a choice between the two ways, and 2 out of 4 of them chose to do it via paper because of the above reasons. There is as much trouble associated with mailing as with e-mailing, imho =)
 

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Some professors prefer to submit letters via mail, because whatever aadsas (or any other such service) sends them ends up lost either in junk email folder or among 100000 other emails they get.

Others prefer paper because they think it is more professional.

I gave my professors a choice between the two ways, and 2 out of 4 of them chose to do it via paper because of the above reasons. There is as much trouble associated with mailing as with e-mailing, imho =)

Unless your professors has never used teh interwebs before, electronic submission is foolproof and ensures timely processing of your application.
 

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Unless your professors has never used teh interwebs before, electronic submission is foolproof and ensures timely processing of your application.
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