I'm curious to see if others think this is a big deal or not......
Before I got my LSAT score back, I was only going to apply to the same school I went to undergrad, say University of X. So I asked all my recommenders to write targeted letters, and in the description on the LOR form it says "Letter for University of X."
But after I got my score back in Dec., it was really high and I realized I would have a good chance at some better schools. So I asked all my recommenders to write new, general letters. Two did, but one, I just found out, wrote a general letter the first time so didn't think it was necessary to write a new letter, and now it is basically too late to send in the letter.
Since the first letter that recommender wrote was general, with no references to University of X or any other school, the content itself is a general letter I can use for other schools. The only problem is the LOR form, which IS sent with your letters, will still say Targeted letter for "University of X." The professor is from the University of X, and I of course went to University of X. I feel like at this point it would be better to just use the letter, even though the form itself will say Targeted letter for University of X. Obviously if the letter itself said University of X, I wouldn't be thinking to do this, but it's just the form which I doubt they look over very carefully anyway.
Do others think this is a big deal?