I am currently a junior and a transfer student at my college. Being that I only transferred this semester, I have already completed most of my math and science courses at my previous school. My current's school's Pre-Health Committee has a requirement that 38 math and science credits along with a minimum of four lab courses be completed at their school in order to qualify for a committee letter. With the calculations that I have done, I may have around 30-35 math and science credits and definitely will not have a minimum of four lab courses considering I have completed most of those at my previous school. My question is if this will put me at a disadvantage among other applicants because I will not have a committee letter? Is there any where for me to explain the reasoning behind my not having the committee letter despite my school having a Pre-Health Committee? I do have a recommendation from my Chemistry and Physics professors from my previous schools, and will be getting one from my Organic Chemistry Professor from my current school, as well as other professional letters. I hope this is sufficient enough and that the the school's I am applying to will not think poorly of my application's lack of the letter.