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Postby JayTeeDee » Sat Jun 11, 2011 2:21 am

My professor just agreed to write an LOR for me. He asked me to draft a letter so he can know exactly what I want in it. I told him I didn't feel comfortable writing a letter and that I would outline some key points. Can anybody help me with what should be included in the letter please?

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Postby BlueDiamond » Sat Jun 11, 2011 2:45 am

If he cant put together a LOR after youve supplied him with a personal statement, transcript, and resume (especially after youve taken a class with him) then pick someone else

LOR from professors should talk about the setting they know you from.. so it should talk about your academic ability.. if your gpa sucks I'd skip the usual TLS advice and go with an employer LOR

grand scheme.. LOR mean close to nothing and will only sway you past another candidate if you have the same numbers

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