_alyssaryan_ Posted November 25, 2009 Share Posted November 25, 2009 When I applied for my MA, all of my applications required online letter submissions. This was nifty as (as you all know) I would input their name and email address and the internet took care of everything. Now, applying for my PhD, nearly half of my applications call for mailed letters of recommendation. Critique my plan for handling this and let me know what you would do differently (if anything): - I have a list of all of the schools/deadlines/etc. - I have the letter of recommendation forms for schools that require them. - I have envelopes (stamped and addressed) to the schools that require mail submissions. Is this appropriate? Can I just give each professor a packet with all of the necessary elements? It seems like the easiest way to make sure that things get where they need to go... Am I missing anything? Do you have a better way of doing this? All help is greatly appreciated. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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