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Quick help: recomendations on a seperate sheet of paper? [#permalink] New post 09 Aug 2007, 07:01
OK, my manager and past manager have my recommendation packet I prepared for them. Both have asked if they can just answer all the questions on an attached piece of paper, since obviously they won't fit.

Can they just put “please see attached” and number the responses and staple it all to the official form?
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 [#permalink] New post 09 Aug 2007, 07:13
Probably depends on the school. Some have word limits for recommenders to stick to and much like essays going well over probably will hurt you. From what I have found most schools are going to online applications and recommendations. So find out if the school recieves them online at which point your recs can fit as much as they can and if it wont accept more then thats the schools size limit.
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 [#permalink] New post 09 Aug 2007, 07:26
riverripper wrote:
Probably depends on the school. Some have word limits for recommenders to stick to and much like essays going well over probably will hurt you. From what I have found most schools are going to online applications and recommendations. So find out if the school recieves them online at which point your recs can fit as much as they can and if it wont accept more then thats the schools size limit.


both my mine wished to complete the paper version. no word limits for UCLA or UCB.
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