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> Actually, often that is just how it is done: you write your own
> recommendation and someone reviews it, modifies it (maybe) and
> signs it.
> Years ago, we would not have dreamt of doing such
> a thing but with the limited resources and accelerated
> schedules we all experience, people don't have time to
> sit down and write a recommendation -- sad to
Having the four letters in my hand, my experience is that they do if
they want to...mine did.
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