TMDSAS Letters of Recommendation: Science, non-science, etc.

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In regards to TX MD programs (excluding Baylor):

I know that most people preach about needing letters from established science faculty.

My three were from a:

-Adjunct faculty (anatomy & physiology 1, 2, and another science course)
-Practicing physician, known him for years, spent some time at his practice
-Chair of a psych department, also known for a couple years.

Should I be scoring up another letter or two from science staff and trying to send them off to the schools themselves? My weak spot is a 25R MCAT, so I'm trying to do what I can here.

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In regards to TX MD programs (excluding Baylor):

I know that most people preach about needing letters from established science faculty.

My three were from a:

-Adjunct faculty (anatomy & physiology 1, 2, and another science course)
-Practicing physician, known him for years, spent some time at his practice
-Chair of a psych department, also known for a couple years.

Should I be scoring up another letter or two from science staff and trying to send them off to the schools themselves? My weak spot is a 25R MCAT, so I'm trying to do what I can here.

No.
 
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i think your letters are ok.

if you did decide to get another one, i'd suggest a PI or volunteer supervisor.

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