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LORs from 2006 application cycle

ruck

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    I have LORs from 2006 allopathic application cycle in my portfolio (most of them were written around from oct-dec 2005). My question is can i use those letters to send them to osteopathic schools for 2007 application cycle (that would be really convenient since they're all ready to be sent) or do I have to endure the pain of chasing my professors to ask them to re-write them and send them again?

    Thanks in advance
     

    ruck

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      oops...sorry for posting the same thing twice...

      ruck said:
      I have LORs from 2006 allopathic application cycle in my portfolio (most of them were written around from oct-dec 2005). My question is can i use those letters to send them to osteopathic schools for 2007 application cycle (that would be really convenient since they're all ready to be sent) or do I have to endure the pain of chasing my professors to ask them to re-write them and send them again?

      Thanks in advance
       
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