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Evaluations from coaches, research mentors, and music teachers may be submitted via our portfolio system, which is described here and linked to from your My MIT account.You should certainly ask a teacher who has taught you in an academic class in high school (i.e. Ideally, this will also be a teacher who knows you as more than just a student who does well on all the tests.