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Dartmouth requires transfer applicants to submit written evaluations from two of your instructors in college.
- We use the Academic Evaluations to help us understand what you are like in the classroom or at the lab bench and to learn more about your approach to learning.
- If a graduate teaching assistant is the instructor most familiar with your academic work, you may ask a teaching assistant rather than a faculty member to submit an evaluation for you.
- Academic Evaluations should be submitted by people who have taught you in college or university courses and not by your secondary school teachers.
- If you want to share perspectives from your high school career with the Admissions Committee, you are welcome to ask your school to submit a completed Final Secondary School Report with a Counselor Recommendation or to ask a teacher from high school to submit a supplemental recommendation your behalf.