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LORs

fun8stuff

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When you go to get LORs (letters of recommendation) what do you tell them when they ask what they should write about you?

A start...
1) compassion
2) maturity
3) altruism
4) empathy
5) leadership


What else?
 

periodic

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context of your relationship (boss, PI, professor, etc)

specific examples or details about you - avoid bland generalizations

comparison of how you stack up with other students/workers

potential for excellence in medicine
 
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