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Saving letters of recommendation?

Discussion in 'Pre-Physical Therapy' started by kmillie, Jun 7, 2018.

  1. kmillie

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    So I'm planning on applying for schools this upcoming cycle, but I'm worried that if I don't get in this year, I will have to ask the my professor/boss/supervisor to send over my letters of recommendation again. In theory that wouldn't be a problem, but I'm concerned my letter will be lost in the void of my supervisor's computer by then. Anyone have ideas on how to store them for next year just in case? I know med students use Interfolio- I was thinking that even though Interfolio doesn't work with PTCAS, maybe my supervisor could upload the letter to Interfolio, and if needed, I could have Interfolio send it back to my supervisor next year if she lost it and I need it...? (Then she could send it in to PTCAS.) Help!
     
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  3. triciamartin23

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    this is a great question. anyone got an answer??
     
  4. SATXDPT

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    One of mine was given to me on paper before I realized that it would have to be uploaded to PTCAS by the writer. So I typed it back up and emailed it to them so that they could upload it (just in case they hadn't saved it).
    They were very understanding and I had no trouble at all.
     
  5. MBPB

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    Probably the safe thing to do for all parties involved.
     

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