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Just to verify, did you guys simply send your referees Appendix A, have them fill it out online and email it back or did you tell them to print and mail the physical copy ?

 

Someone told me it works like OLSAS but I see no indication of that.

 

Thanks, 

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Just to verify, did you guys simply send your referees Appendix A, have them fill it out online and email it back or did you tell them to print and mail the physical copy ?

 

Someone told me it works like OLSAS but I see no indication of that.

 

Thanks, 

I think it can be mailed or emailed. I emailed my references Appendix A and they sent it themselves. I'm not sure which way. But on the bottom of the form, it says: "please return directly to Admissions Office, Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University, 6061 University Ave., PO Box 15000, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 4R2 or e‐mail to [email protected]" If they follow the school's explicit instructions, then I'm sure you'll be fine. 

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