As your Professors get to know you in Biology, Organic Chemistry, or Ethics Class, it is important that you get to know them, too. Believe it or not, these same Professors will follow your career for decades. They will watch as you apply to Medical School. They will root for you and cheer you on...and they will be there to share in any of your life's disappointments also.
So how do you get an "Excellent" or "Outstanding" Letter of Recommendation for Medical School?
Generally speaking, you have to be "excellent" or "outstanding" in your performance. You must excel above the masses. Think of all the Letters of Recommendation one Professor has written for countless Pre-Med Students throughout her/his Professorship. Will this Professor remember you in 10 years? 20 years?
Our point is that you do not get something for nothing. You must earn it.
Our best advice: You must be memorable.