For those of you who are graduate students: I am looking for some opinions on a situation I just realized about the letters of rec. Most of the schools I've sent secondaries to have stated that they, of course, would prefer a committee letter. So I went through the committee and got one. Now that all is said and done, I've noticed that most state a committee letter from your undergraduate institution. I got one from the premedical advisory committee of my graduate institution. Of course the committee advises undergrads. as well...I went through the same process they did as a graduate student. Has anyone else done this and found it to be acceptable? I'm a bit worried that I'll have to reapply next year because my committee letter is from the wrong institution. Is the word "undergraduate" just listed because they didn't think of the possibility of getting one from a "graduate" institution (which should be the exact same thing since it's a unbiased committee evaluation), or do they absolutely require one from undergrad. Anyone else in the same boat?