January 11, 2013
Medical schools don’t have “friends,” per se, so the professional equivalent is the Letter of Recommendation. In other words, the letters you aggregate become the medical school’s “squad,” each highlighting different attributes of what would make you a great candidate for their medical school. Luckily, they’re actually serving as mutual friends: since they know you, they can represent you honestly and in the best possible way.
Here are some of the commonly-asked questions about Letters of Recommendation:
What’s a committee letter?
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