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Strange dilemma... please help [#permalink] New post 26 Dec 2007, 22:12
Someone please guide me how to go about this:

I have filled my application for Vanderbilt, MSF course online. All details are provided online, except for reco letters.

Vanderbilt requires reco's to be mailed directly to them and I have my recos signed by my professors and handed over to me in sealed envelopes. I understand that universities allow this. But my problem is, my whole application is going in online format. So what should I do about the reco letters?

Should I type the content of the reco letter online or just courier *only* the recos ?

Please help guys.. Hoping to get an early response.. If I have to mail the letters I need to do it in a day or two.
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Why can't you have your recommenders submit everything electronically? I think Vanderbilt uses a generic application system platform and online recommendations should be an option.
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Re: Strange dilemma... please help [#permalink] New post 27 Dec 2007, 01:55
fenrirGreyback wrote:
Someone please guide me how to go about this:

I have filled my application for Vanderbilt, MSF course online. All details are provided online, except for reco letters.

Vanderbilt requires reco's to be mailed directly to them and I have my recos signed by my professors and handed over to me in sealed envelopes. I understand that universities allow this. But my problem is, my whole application is going in online format. So what should I do about the reco letters?

Should I type the content of the reco letter online or just courier *only* the recos ?

Please help guys.. Hoping to get an early response.. If I have to mail the letters I need to do it in a day or two.


Do not type the content...just courier the letters..i dont see any problem here
Re: Strange dilemma... please help   [#permalink] 27 Dec 2007, 01:55
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