MK_66 Posted November 28, 2006 Report Share Posted November 28, 2006 Hello, The NYMC secondary application states: "If your college does not have a Premedical Committee, Letters of Evaluation from three undergraduate professors (including at least two from science (biology, chemistry, mathematics or physics faculty) are required. These must come from faculty who have taught you in class or have supervised independent research for which you have received credit." I have a master's degree so the following applies to me: "If you are a matriculated graduate student or you have completed a graduate degree, please read this section. In addition to the undergraduate evaluation letters: * A letter from a faculty member in your department is required. It must be from a faculty member whose class you attended or with whom you did research. If the letter is from a science faculty, it can substitute for one undergraduate science letter." I took an undergraduate course during my graduate studies. Can this professor provide me with a reference letter to count towards the undergraduate letter requirements? I emailed the school and they have not been helping in clearing this up. Any help would be great, thanks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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