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Old 09-10-2014
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Hey All,

I will 3 LOR's ready now. The 4th LOR will be available late next week.

So if I add my 4th LOR after sending out my app on the 15th, should I notify the programs individually?

Or will the programs automatically receive the 4th LOR the next time they log into ERAS?. Can somebody confirm this.

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you have to send the new letter to the programs that you want it to go to, and retransmit (update) your application. It doesn't send automatically.
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this question may sound odd but it's just my paranoia... if they do redownload 4th letter later, is there chance your "order" of being seen may drop down to when it was downloaded your 4th letter?
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@kmb1908 ...how do you re-transmit the application?
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There's an update button that you can use after you transmit your application for the first time
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