I'm 27 years old and graduated with a BA in Biology in 1997. I have sinced finished a master's in education and have been teaching in the public school system. Anyway, I have decided to chase my medical school dream that I was too afraid of when I was younger. I took the MCAT's in August (VS 9, PS11, BS 10) and my gpa is a 3.7 from a small "public honors college" on the East coast. I want to apply this summer and have started looking at the application process. I am concerned about the letters of recommendations. I haven't seen, let alone talked to most of my professors for years. I also live on the West coast now - so I am no where near my alma mater. Any suggestions or advice about whom I should seek letters from? I have contacted the professor I researched with in undergrad and he will be writing me one. Should I get letters from the principals I work for at my school? Are those acceptable? Or do letters of recs have to come from specific people from your "college" career and not your "professional" career? Thank you for any advice you may have.