Usually email is sufficient to write a thank you note. I have several american grad (AMG) friends who sent in thank you notes by snail mail. It was small card with a thank you written on it giving it a more personal touch. For programs that you are very interested in, this will be a good tactic. For those programs that are not high up on your list, you could drop them an email.
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