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not waiving rights to read recommendations [#permalink] New post 20 Mar 2008, 12:44
Hey guys,
I remember when I first applied I checked a box that said that I do not waive the right to read my recommendations, or something along those lines. So does this mean I have some sort of access to them? I'm curious to read what they wrote... how do i access them?
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Re: not waiving rights to read recommendations [#permalink] New post 20 Mar 2008, 14:46
You may be able to request it from the adcoms. Personally I wouldnt want to know. If they werent great and I got dinged everywhere I would be very angry at them for offering to do it but then screwing me in the end. Since I got in, I wouldnt really care what it said because obviously it was good enough to get me in. Sometimes ignorance is bliss.
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Re: not waiving rights to read recommendations [#permalink] New post 20 Mar 2008, 20:51
I would be curious... I learned a lot about what my supervisors thought of me when they showed me my rec letters.
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Re: not waiving rights to read recommendations [#permalink] New post 21 Mar 2008, 05:18
There was a thread about this on the Wharton s2s board a while ago. At Wharton (don't know about other schools), you can take a look at your recs if you matriculate and you didn't waive your rights.
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