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I messed up :(
I applied regular admission for one of my colleges, and they ask for two recommendation letters. I sent all my information except for 1 letter in a big envelope. Afterwards, I sent the other one and everything seemed OK until I looked online. It said that the second one was not received. I decided to call them and tell them what was happening and the lady told me that everything was received and the website takes a few weeks to update since so many applications are ccoming in and I'll be fine. So all my friends got their decision except for me. I called in to see what was going on and now they say they did not receive the second one. I'm positive I mailed it(lost the receipt) and the lady I talked to said they already received it. Apparently it is too late to send it in, and I'm screwed because I really want to go here and now I can't because of a "miscommunication". Anyone else ever went through this?2 replies
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