SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) This is mainly a question for you nontraditional medical students who had switched over from another graduate program: who wrote your letters of recommendation? I am in the first year of a three-year DPT program, and I'm worried about asking any of the instructors in PT school for a letter of recommendation to medical school. (I'll be applying during third year.) Although we get a lot of one-on-one contact with them, especially with our research advisers, it doesn't seem like they would be crazy about helping one of their students switching to a field that isn't physical therapy. Did any graduate students ask their graduate instructors to write their LOR's, or would it be best to find other options? I am employed and still remain in contact with instructors from undergrad, so those might be feasible. Thanks for the help, and sorry if this is a repeat thread.