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You waive your right to access below, regardless of the institution to which it is sent:
-Yes, I do waive my right to access, and I understand I will never see this form or any other recommendations submitted by me or on my behalf.
-No, I do not waive my right to access, and I may someday choose to see this form or any other recommendations or supporting documents submitted by me or on my behalf to the institution at which I'm enrolling, if that institution saves them after I matriculate.
Does it matter which option I pick on the CommonApp? Honestly, I wouldn't mind reading recommendation letters, but if it looks better to waive my right, no biggie.
Also, who can see what I picked for this, teachers, colleges,etc?