Letters of Rec or Evaluation Forms?
LSAC just launched a new service – instead of a Letter of Rec you can have your recommenders fill out an evaluation form.
Before you get too excited, however, remember that only a handful of schools have agreed to accept these forms. Because schools will have to choose between accepting traditional LORs and evaluation forms, I predict a very slow transition to this new-fangled recommendation service.
Click here for more about the mechanics of letters of rec and how to fill out the forms.
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