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Hey all! I'm working on compiling my letters of recommendation for the upcoming CASPA cycle. (This will be my first time applying.) I have shadowed both a DO and a few PAs. Would it be better to have a letter of recommendation from the PA or the DO? The schools where I'm applying don't specify, and I already have professors writing my other two letters. Or, would it be better to have both the PA and the DO write letters for me?

 

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If your schools don't specify, I'd get at least one letter from a PA and no more than one letter from a professor. The third could be from another PA or the DO (or is there a supervisor from work?). Know that I'm assuming all of them would write equally strong letters for you.

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