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Curious about the letter all 31 of us who interviewed there received... please share your thoughts, if possible.
If you are curious and you received one, why don't you also comment?
Let me clarify-- there are allegedly two letters being sent (according to the PD)-- one positive, one not so positive. I received a very positive letter. I'm trying to gauge if they even sent a less positive letter to anyone, or if they were just blowing smoke somewhere (as I suspect)
Is it smokey in here or is it just me?
while there are two letters, there is not a bad one. there is a good one -which all of you got, and then a better that offers a faculty position at the end of residency.