I am prepping my application for per-allopathic and realized that some of my best letters of recommendations would probably come from the community college professors who I took physics over the summer with due to class sizes being small and the professors really being able to get to know you. So my question is what's better? University science professor letter from someone who doesn't know you that well or community college science professor letter from professor who has less impressive CV but knows you better? Or should I aim for a combo- maybe 1 university and 1 community college? All these professors have Phd. My pre med advisor says it does not matter whether the professor is community college or not and to go by how strong you think their letter will be-and I've seen that reflected in some other posts on here- but I wonder if that is really true? Don't ADCOMS look at the CV of the recommender and possibly discount letters from more obscure community college professors even if they are relatively strong?