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The Peer Evaluation is not required for transfer applicants, but you are welcome to submit a peer evaluation with your application for admission to Dartmouth if you'd like to.
- The Peer Evaluation is a great way for those who read your application to better understand who you are and what other people appreciate about you.
- By the time we read the Peer Evaluation, we've reviewed most of the other materials in your application and learned about you and your accomplishments from a number of different perspectives. The Peer Evaluation provides us with new insight on your personality, your interests and your interactions with friends. Hopefully, we'll learn something new about you and perhaps confirm some of what we already know!
- Who can write your Peer Evaluation? Anyone whom you consider to be a "peer" (this should not be a letter from someone who is "an adult presence in your life"). Here are a few examples: a classmate or teammate from college or high school; your brother, sister or cousin; a co-worker; your lab partner; your debate partner; your partner in crime (not literally); etc.