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Old 06-04-2012
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Question 2013 ERAS LOR Cover Sheet

Hey,

Is the 2013 ERAS LOR Cover Sheet available now. Or is this going to be available to me after I buy the token on July 2nd, 2012?

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You can use the 2012 Cover Sheet available here
https://www.aamc.org/download/140222...structions.pdf

You don't need to wait for the 2013 sheet.

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but how do we fet the ammc id???

i guess this should work if u r a repeat applicant..but i guess for the first timers u have to wait for the token..as on the cover sheet u will have to write your aamc id..

am i rite?
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but how do we fet the ammc id???

i guess this should work if u r a repeat applicant..but i guess for the first timers u have to wait for the token..as on the cover sheet u will have to write your aamc id..

am i rite?
Correct but the AAMC ID is not a must, you can have an LoR without AAMC ID.

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StepTaker,

I wanted to get a LOR from a Dr, so I can use the 2012 LOR cover letter? Will that be accepted by ECFMG for the 2013 match.

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steptaker are u sure about this?

coz the point no 4 says" 4. Include my name and AAMC ID, as listed above, in the subject line or body of the letter. "

on this site:https://www.aamc.org/download/140222...structions.pdf


plsease confirm..coz if its not required then i will have to send it to my letter writer now before she forgets me..if it is then i will have to wait for my aamc id.
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steptaker are u sure about this?

coz the point no 4 says" 4. Include my name and AAMC ID, as listed above, in the subject line or body of the letter. "

on this site:https://www.aamc.org/download/140222...structions.pdf


plsease confirm..coz if its not required then i will have to send it to my letter writer now before she forgets me..if it is then i will have to wait for my aamc id.
You know what, am not sure, maybe it's needed.
Check this thread
http://www.usmle-forums.com/residenc...d-no-lors.html

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StepTaker,

I wanted to get a LOR from a Dr, so I can use the 2012 LOR cover letter? Will that be accepted by ECFMG for the 2013 match.

Thank you
Yes. You can.
It's the year in which the letter was written, it's not the date of the match.

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