(Applications Advice, Letters of Recommendation . . . )
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Saying what? The place where it needed a signature was waiving the right to read the letter after you have been accepted and enrolled, so I stupidly didn't think that was necessary. Now I've been reading that it just assures the professor that you won't be able to read what they've written. But is it actually necessary?
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paul34 wrote:I don't think it is strictly necessary, but waiving your right of access is supposed to be a good thing in the eyes of the adcomm. I would highly recommend signing it if at all possible.
It's not necessary, but it would work to your benefit to do so. Either email them a .pdf copy or bring it to them. Don't panic.
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