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Whom should I get letters of recommendation from?

 

You must get two letters from science professors and 1 letter from a non-science professor. This is a requirement. If you shadowed or worked with a physician, getting a letter from him or her is helpful. If you have research experience, a letter from your Principal Investigator (PI) is highly recommended. You can also get letters from former employers, volunteer supervisor, or any other extracurricular supervisor.

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