I was accepted into a few programs but for purely financial reasons, I decided to work another year. I think by next fall I will be ready to attend school. My question is, do I have to get three new letters of recommendation? Or can I use the same letters that were sent last time? I am also planning on rewriting my personal statement because I feel there is more to add to it. Has anyone ever done this?
*Please note the schools I were accepted into did not accept deferring until next year.
I am more or less wondering what the reapplication process is like.
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I am using everything new. I asked the same professor to write new letters because they know me a year better. I rewrote all the statements to incorporate new information. Resume is updated too. So yes, everything new for me.
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