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Where to send thank you letters? (Particularly for Stony Brook)

dnah18

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Hey guys,

I did not receive a card from my interviewer and was wondering where I should send the thank you note? And who should I send it to? Only to the person who interviewed me, or the person who gave a tour, etc, etc.

And if any of you interviewed at Stony Brook specifically, where did you send it to, and how? Do you address it out to Office of Admissions - Dr. -----, or some other way?

I can really use your input. Thanks a bunch.
 
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Orgodox

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not that what I did was necessarily right but I wrote one to the dr who interviewed me and one to the dr who gave the tour/presentation. I put each of their names on the outside of an envelope and put those 2 envelopes inside another which I sent to the admissions office at stony brook (address is online at aadsas) I assume (and hope) they will give it to the two doctors.
 
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