What if there's no professor who knows me well but i asked a professor in a class I did well in? The letter is mediocre though :/Your LOR doesn't have to be from a pharmacist but it can't be from family or friends. It can be from a professor who knows you well from undergrad or other professional organizations.
Ugh.... that's tough because you want your LORs to an exceptional representation of yourself. Can your employer or anyone else from a professional association write you one?What if there's no professor who knows me well but i asked a professor in a class I did well in? The letter is mediocre though :/
She's one of my mentors and she works at a retail jobWhat does your mentor do? If they can talk about your work ethic and how you've applied that to your academics and extra curricular, I think that'd be good. I also suggest that if the mentor can talk about your passions and how you've acted on them through your extracurricular activities, that'd also be good. Ask them to be careful with their wording. Some schools specifically don't want a letter from a mentor.
What if I met her in one of my classes and we worked a project together? She's older so I found her to be a good mentor over the years. She helped a lot with my resumes, interviews, getting jobs etcI think having her letter would be good because maybe she could talk about your professionalism or something
some schools don't accept TAs either can I just put my mentor in just to reach the max 4 letters?Hmm, that letter won't hold as much value I think because your mentor is technically a classmate/friend. I thought that she was a mentor in your retail job. Do you have anyone that has seen you in a professional capacity that can write you a letter? Even a TA for your undergrad courses would work!