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jefferson wants LOR from a bio, physics and a chem prof. i can't get a LOR from my physics professors...so im planning to write them a letter explaining why? is anyone else writing to them? what did you say in your letter?
 

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I think you are mistaken: they only want one from your bio, chem, humanities and physics prof if you don?t have a premed committee to write a composite for you.
And even if you don't have the premed committe, it says "if possible."

Check it out here, look on page 19 under "application procedure"


hope this helps; if you are still unsure, give them a call at (215) 955-6983.
 
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I'm going to send in a three sentence letter telling them three things:
1. The insinuation that they know who should write for me better than I do is simply insulting and stupid; my letter writters are much better
2. They can go &*%$ themselves if they don't like that.
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3. If they have any questions, they can ask during an interview.

OK, maybe that's my fantasy letter. My real one will prolly be pretty short and just explain that my three writers can give the best impression of me, considering that I'm a grad student and have been done with college coursework for ~1.5 years. I'll be surprized if I have any problem.
 
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