Letters of Recommendation

“What if you’re not a straight-A student? Think of teachers with whom you’ve had a good relationship, who can speak to your work ethic, and more importantly to your trajectory of improvement. If a teacher can honestly say in a letter that they’ve seen you grow from a struggling C-student to a consistent B student over the course of the year, that’s good stuff!” This article explains.

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