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Completing the Letters of Evaluation Section of AMCAS. Office of Pre-Professional Advising David Verrier, Kirsten Kirby, David Trabilsy, Ana Droscoski Mrs. Krause, Mrs. Sanders, Mrs. Decker 3 rd Floor Garland Hall, 516-4140, [email protected] http://web.jhu.edu/prepro.

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Completing the Letters of Evaluation Section of AMCAS

Office of Pre-Professional Advising

David Verrier, Kirsten Kirby, David Trabilsy, Ana Droscoski

Mrs. Krause, Mrs. Sanders, Mrs. Decker

3rd Floor Garland Hall, 516-4140, [email protected]

http://web.jhu.edu/prepro

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Click on this option if

you went through the committee process

Click on this option if

you are using the credentials service

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Complete the screen as shown below using Dr. David Verrier as the Contact person.

DO NOT PUT YOUR COMMITTEE MEMBER’S NAME UNLESS DR. VERRIER IS YOUR COMMITTEE MEMBER.

If you used the committee process use the following title: JHU Committee Letter

If you used the credentials service use the following title: JHU Letters of Recommendation

Johns Hopkins University

Director, Pre-Professional Programs & Advising

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Once your Letter Request Form is generated, please print it out and either drop it off, fax, or mail it to the Office of Pre-Professional Programs and Advising.

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SUBSECTION 7: MEDICAL SCHOOLS

  • When deciding where to apply, make sure to review the MSAR. You can also review the Pre-Prof. web page on choosing schools at http://web.jhu.edu/prepro/health/Applicants/choosing_schools.html
  • More than 100 medical schools are participating in the AMCAS Letters of Evaluation program. These schools are indicated with a small “LOE” icon.
  • Many medical schools perform a criminal background check on applicants. These schools are indicated with a small “CBC” icon.
  • You can only apply to one type of program at each institution (e.g., MD, MD/PhD). If you decide to change the type after submitting your application, notify the school directly.
  • You can add schools after you’ve submitted your AMCAS, but you cannot delete schools.
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After completing the letters of evaluation section, proceed to the “Medical Schools” section. You will be able to select the medical schools you want to apply to. Below is a sample list showing different elements you will see when you begin entering schools. To add a school, click “Add Another Medical School.”

Criminal Background Check

Letter of Evaluation

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When you select a school, you may see the LOE (Letter of Evaluation) icon underneath it. Finish completing the page by indicating what type of program you are applying to and then click “Continue”.

Indicate Program Type by Clicking Here

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If the school you are adding is participating in the AMCAS letter program, you will see the following screen. This is when you assign a letter of evaluation to the school. Dr. David Verrier should be the only name listed. Check the box next to his name and then click “Continue”. You will then be returned to the main school list screen and you should then see his name listed underneath the school.

Dr. David Verrier

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