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Is it too late to apply for this cycle?

Hi I recently got interested into podiatry and I decided to apply for schools. I plan to shadow around late of September and shadow him for 2-3 weeks and ask him for the letter of recommendation. The process of the overall application might take until late of November for completion. Would it too late to apply around there? Another question: I applied for DO but I want to try out podiatry. Could I use my faculty letter of recommendation that was used for my DO application for my podiatry... Is it too late to apply for this cycle?
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