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Applicants are required to submit either: Your health professions office can deliver your packet several ways: They can deliver the packet to us electronically using either Virtual Evals or Interfolio. Applicant provides evaluator's name and email address in the [Letters of Evaluation] section.
Evaluator will follow instructions provided for submitting the letter of evaluation. You may deliver letters electronically through Interfolio: Applicant contacts evaluator and requests that he or she upload their letter of evaluation to applicant's Interfolio account.
Applicant enters evaluator name in [Letters of Evaluation] section. Select "Interfolio" from the drop-down menu for the question: Remember, evaluation letters will not be considered complete until TMDSAS has received the Health Professions Committee Packet or the individual evaluation letters you have indicated on the application.
We understand that evaluators may change. Once you have secured a different evaluator, please notify TMDSAS of the new evaluator either by email or though the internal message system in the application.
Provide the following information for the evaluator that should be added: Dr, Prof, Mr, Mrs, etc. First name of Evaluator Suffix i. These packets come in three basic formats: Committee letter with supporting letters attached.
Committee letter that is composed and uses quotes from various evaluators but may or may not have supporting letters attached. Collection of individual evaluation letters which may also include a cover letter from an advising office or school letter service.
The advising office or school letter service serves as a central collection service for the applicant, but does not make additional assessments of the candidate.
TMDSAS respects the varying philosophies of colleges and universities as to how best to provide a HP Committee Packet and therefore does not limit the number of evaluations included.
If you are having an HP Committee Packet submitted on your behalf, indicate the name of the school that will be submitting the packet in the application. Submitting Individual Letters of Evaluation If there is no formal Health Professions Advisory Committee or Letter Service at your institution, three individual letters of evaluation are required.
You will indicate in the application if you are submitting an extra letter and the name of the evaluator writing the extra letter.
If you indicate that you are submitting an extra letter, many schools will not consider your file complete until both the required letters and extra letter are received.
Other additional letters may be sent directly to the schools, but applicants will need to contact each school to verify if additional letters will be accepted. Only MCAT scores from the previous five years will be considered for the current application cycle.
Scores from years prior to will not be considered. The MCAT must be taken by the last test date in We strongly encourage taking the MCAT exam in January, April or May so that your application will be completed and in the applicant pool for the start of the interview season.
The interview season generally begins at the end of August and closes sometime in early December. Applicants who wait to take the examination for the first time in July, August or September may find action on their application delayed until late in the admission season.
Failure to do so will cause your application to be incomplete which could affect your evaluation at one or more of the participating schools. More information regarding the MCAT can be obtained from their web site: Any questions relating to a secondary application should be directed to the respective school.
Completion of the secondary application is required by the following medical schools before the TMDSAS application is considered. Dell Medical School - Candidates will receive an email invitation from the medical school to complete the secondary after an initial review of their TMDSAS application.
The secondary application and fee are required for consideration. For more information on the dual-degree programs, visit the Special Programs page. After submitting your application, you may make updates as needed to certain sections. You are able to make changes to the following sections yourself by logging back on to the application: To update the information in your Letters of Evaluation section, you must send an internal message via the application - include the name of evaluator to be removed.
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