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I plan to enroll in Sept 2007. I've only worked for 1 company (5 years) and I am resigning shortly to start a new business. Since I will essentially have to wait for atleast 8 months until I can even go for an early application, I plan on getting my recommendations from my current employer now.

Would it pose any problem to use the current year's recommendation form when I will actually be applying for next year? Also are there any special policies and guidelines in obtaining recommedations earlier than normal?


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I don't think there will be any problems in terms of logistics or policies, but be careful about raising ethical questions about getting a reco from your current boss under false pretenses.



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