Using a LOR from a lecturer/ta

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Using a LOR from a lecturer/ta

Postby julius305 » Fri Nov 09, 2012 2:02 pm

Is it acceptable to send in a LOR from a lecturer to T-14 schools? I go to a large state university where many of my courses had lecturers teaching, especially the smaller classes and labs.

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Re: Using a LOR from a lecturer/ta

Postby Swimp » Fri Nov 09, 2012 2:21 pm

julius305 wrote:Is it acceptable to send in a LOR from a lecturer to T-14 schools? I go to a large state university where many of my courses had lecturers teaching, especially the smaller classes and labs.


Yes, it's acceptable. Obviously, the same criteria as a professor apply--hopefully the lecturer know you and your work fairly well, etc.

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Re: Using a LOR from a lecturer/ta

Postby Chambo » Fri Nov 09, 2012 3:37 pm

julius305 wrote:Is it acceptable to send in a LOR from a lecturer to T-14 schools? I go to a large state university where many of my courses had lecturers teaching, especially the smaller classes and labs.


I was in a similar situation. I had my instructor/supervisor from a practicum write a letter for me. It wasn't exactly the typical TA/ lab instructor setup, but I definitely feel I was better off having him write it as opposed to a prof I saw at office hours a few times.



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