Do I have to waive my right to view recommendations?

The letter of recommendation is intended to provide an admissions committee with a candid assessment of the applicant. Generally, this means that applicants are encouraged to waive their right to see the letter.

While you don't have to waive this right, many people you request a letter from won't feel comfortable agreeing to write a letter if you don't waive it, since it is standard to do so.

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