crackberry wrote:sundevil77 wrote:Ok, guys and gals, I know we've gone over this information already, but....I called HLS to ask about sending additional LORs. The woman in the office said they prefer to have the letters go through LSAC. However, she said if you have reached the LOR limit it is alright to send them directly to the admissions office. In light of the conflicting information ITT, I think I'm going to have my recommender send my LOR directly to their office, even though I haven't reached the limit. It didn't seem like they are going to punish you for sending it directly to the office, and I can't wait for the whole LSAC thing to happen!
I'm with you on this. I'm having my recommender send me the letter with his signature across the seal of the envelope, then I'm going to enclose the LOR with my LOCI and send it off to Cambridge directly.
Is anyone doing that self-addressed, stamped postcard thing mentioned in the hold email? Because they won't confirm receipt over the phone for whatever reason.
you could also get delivery confirmation through usps, although this doesn't guarantee that an admissions office worker actually opened and processed what was inside. this was just easier for me. i don't trust my mailman.