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LOR's??

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Waterboobies, May 10, 2007.

  1. Waterboobies

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    When do you send the LOR's .. is it with the 1st AAMC application or with the secondary application...
     
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  3. Catalystik

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    You will not need LORs until your return your secondary applications. But you can start collecting them now.
     
  4. yepiminthere

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    If your school makes a committee/composite letter then you should begin collecting the letters early so that your pre-med advisor can compile them. Also, if the letters of rec or composite letter are submitted electronically then you can get them in as early as possible and the schools you apply to will just look them up whenever they look at your secondary application.
     
  5. st0w

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    Some schools also have deadlines for LORs to be included in the composite, so make sure all of yours are in before then if your school does have one!
     
  6. Green Grass

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    if you use the electronic sources (interfolio), how do you deal with the LOR evaluation forms that come with the secondary apps? do you just use the one provided by interfolio?
     

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