rack said:should be fine. if anything, it shows your determination.
rack said:if you are reapplying you cant be expected to get a whole new batch of lors. you can use all of your old ones, and maybe supplement one or two (in your case you already have since being on the waitlist). there hasnt been too much time elapse since your waitlist, so i dont think they would expect much. just look for more potentials and send in whatever you got so it is apparent to them that you are continually trying to improve your file. you may also want into improving the other more weighty things that they look at (mcat or gpa if applicable), as those make the biggest difference when it comes to decision time whether they admit it or not.
Krazykritter said:Seven LOR's is way too many!!! Do not send each school all of these. Depending upon the school's requirement, send them accordingly. Schools DO NOT appreciate having to sort through that kind of B.S. If a school say 3-5, send them 4. Pick the 4 based on the profs you think wrote you the best LOR.
Hold out for another year before you think about heading to Ross. You will not be wasting too much time reapplying. Also, working as a CNA is a great experience that many of your interviewers will talk to you about & it really shows your dedication to your pursuit of medicine.
Jezzielin said:Is this something that is actually helpful/hurtful?
Not too excited about filling out another AMCAS but just curious what you all think...