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On so many of the apps there is a box that states "I waive my right to review or access letters and statements of recommendation on my behalf" or something else similar to that. Not that I would review any letters but I don't necessarily believe in waiving my right to that. Is there any certain way that really needs to be answered? If you say no is that a problem?