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Here's the link
https://www.aamc.org/download/140222...structions.pdf

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thanks but thats for myeras 2012 not 2013, is there any link for that.
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Coversheets are no longer required in 2013 match. They have been replaced by the "Letter Request Form" which you can print through myERAS.

Here's a quote from the official ERAS guidelines;
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LoR coversheets are no longer available in MyERAS or on our website. LoR coversheets have been replaced with Letter Request Forms. Applicants must enter and finalize LoRs on the Letter of Recommendation tab in MyERAS to generate a unique Letter Request Form for each LoR Author. The Letter Request Form provides instructions for LoR Authors on how to submit LoR(s) via the LoR Portal or by mail.
Reference: https://www.aamc.org/download/269176...eras_print.pdf

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Coversheets are no longer required in 2013 match. They have been replaced by the "Letter Request Form" which you can print through myERAS.

Here's a quote from the official ERAS guidelines;

Reference: https://www.aamc.org/download/269176...eras_print.pdf

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i have a question for you please...
if i want to send the LOR by mail, all thats required from me is to go to MyERAS and do step 1(LOR Author info) and step 2 (finalize LOR Author) and without going to OASIS.....is that right ???

Thank you a lot for your help...
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Coversheets are no longer required in 2013 match. They have been replaced by the "Letter Request Form" which you can print through myERAS.

Here's a quote from the official ERAS guidelines;

Reference: https://www.aamc.org/download/269176...eras_print.pdf

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i have a question for you please...
if i want to send the LOR by mail, all thats required from me is to go to MyERAS and do step 1(LOR Author info) and step 2 (finalize LOR Author) and without going to OASIS.....is that right ???

Thank you a lot for your help.
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