I need advice on recommendations. I am submitting 3 recommendations through LSAC for all schools and I really didn't think signing the waiver on the recommendation form was that important. It is optional right? I gave each person writing a recommendation an unsigned LSAC form to submit. Two of the people mailed out the recommendations already with the unsigned LSAC form. I am going to give the third person a signed form to submit. What should I do with the ones that were mailed out already and unsigned? or should I leave everything as is and only submit one recommendation with a signed LSAC form and leave the other 2 unsigned. Schools that require one recommendation will get the signed one and schools that require 2-3 letters will get one with a signed waiver and two without a signed waiver. All my recommendation s are really excellent from people that have known me a long time. it really going to make a very big difference if it's signed or unsigned??? I don't understand why it should if i am accepted to law school and choose to go look at my recommendation letters.....who cares if it's good or bad....i got in already... right???
I hate this whole process that is so complicated and having to guess at what admissions is going to think!!!
Please anyone with suggestions/ advice???
Good luck to everyone applying this cycle. I really hope it's over soon and we are happy with whatever ends up happening.
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