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new lor after e-submit?

Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by appassionata, May 15, 2008.

  1. appassionata

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    it seems like it is impossible..
    but i am just curious if anyone has done it before? adding new LOR email address after e-submit?
    I want to e-submit early as I can so my transcript is verified asap but i don't know if i'll get my dentist's lor at the moment...I know it is bad/ridiculous..
    but some schools don't require dentist lor and i thought i could apply to those first (since i have 3 other lors) and then apply to other schools once i get dentist lor??


    ps. please don't criticize i know it is very bad
     
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  3. MrLebowski

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    It actually doesn't take them very long to process letters into your file, what takes so long is the transcript verification. So as long as you send them in within a month or so after you e-submit, you'll most likely have them on your aadsas file before they're even finished verifying the transcript.
     
  4. lemoncurry

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    if you submit and want to send more letters (check each school to make sure of their own requirements/limitations on LORs), you will need to manually send them to each school. Usually, a faculty member will have no problem doing that, just give them the addresses.
     

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