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Old 08-10-2012
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Question Uploading Scanned LoR Q?

Hello everyone!
Is it possible that if my letter writer send me a scanned LoR in an email and I download and upload it on my oasis.
The main problem is that my letter writer is not gona upload it through Letterwriter portal and he can't send it either.
Please reply forum moderators.Thanks
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Old 08-10-2012
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Yes you can do it. I mean i uploaded my LOR, after i have sent it to a friend, who did the modification on size and all and he sent it back to me in email and then finally I uploaded it. So go ahead
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Old 08-13-2012
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It doesnt make a difference whether you have scanned it or the author has scanned it. you are uploading a scanned copy. A problem arises only if you have waived the right to see it.

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Old 08-13-2012
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Waived letters will be counted more this match and on. Please get them waived to get the full marks. But I guess if it comes down to this, congradulations
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