<p>im going to give my teachers the recommendation forms next week what exactly should i give them</p>

<p>2 colleges require separate forms
and the 7 others require the common application</p>

<p>should i just give them 3 forms and just tell them to copy the common application 6 times?</p>

<p>and what about envelopes and addresses?</p>

<p>should i give them envelopes with the address on them? I dont know, but i would handwrite the address(does everyone do that) or just give them the address for each college?</p>

<p>Yes, do give your teachers the three different forms so that they can simply copy each one. That's much easier on them than having to rewrite the same thing multiple times. Also provide each teacher with addressed and stamped envelopes for every college you're applying too so as to minimize the amount of work the teachers actually have to do. And you don't necessarily need to hand write the addresses. I bought some cheap labels and printed the addresses on those - much more professional looking.</p>

<p>Something suggested to us by a teacher last year is to get them envelopes with peel-off adhesive, not lick & stick. Just as a courtesy--think about it: if you have 120 letters to send out, do you want to lick all 120 envelopes? But of course that's not required.</p>

<p>yes i was talking to my dad about getting stickers...</p>

<p>anyone know where i can find those? and how do i print the information on them?</p>

<p>any office supply store will have them and the directions as how to print them are usually on a paper inside the package.</p>