Question about Recommendation Letters

<p>Is there anyway I can submit recommendation letters from employers? I spent a bit too much time on my Part II, and I have one really solid teacher rec, and will barely be getting in a counselor rec.
I do, however, have some really great letters from past employers, organizations, etc that really trump my other letters.</p>


<p>USC requires one letter of recommendation, and that primary letter should be from a counselor or teacher. They will consider additional letters, and if you feel they add something that cannot be found elsewhere in your application, it is fine to send an additional letter or two. Don’t send in a stack of generic letters from all of your past employers and organizations, though.</p>

<p>You can use the Teacher/counselor recommendation form or just have the recommender write a letter. Be sure to write your USC ID# on it.</p>

<p>Good luck!</p>

<p>Thanks! I really do believe these (two) letters add something different, should I just submit them behind my teacher/counselor recommendations?
They’ve given me opening and closing sheets for each of the additional forms, but I plan to mail them as the letters and transcript are sealed.</p>

<p>Yes, if you feel they add to your application, submit them.</p>

<p>I agree with your plan to leave them sealed and mail them in.</p>