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I have known her well for the past three and half years as an undergraduate student


Momina 1 / 1 2  
Mar 6, 2015   #1
This is my letter of recommendation.Please review it and also provide feedback. your comments will be highly appreciable. Thank You

To Whom It May Concern

I am pleased to write this letter of recommendation for ****, who is keen to pursue graduate studies in your university.

I have known her well for the past three and half years as an undergraduate student. She was my student for the courses Data structures, Theory of automata and formal languages and Computational intelligence. During the period of association, I perceived her having outstanding overall intellectual and analytical ability.

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EF_Jasmine - / 68 39  
Mar 6, 2015   #2
This is my letter of recommendation. Please review it and also provide feedback. Your comments will be highly appreciable. Thank You.

To Whom It May Concern(,)

I am pleased to write this letter of recommendation for ****, who is keen to pursue graduate studies in at your university.

I have known her ( students name) well for the past three and half years as an undergraduate student. She ( Students full name) was my student for the courses Data structures, Theory of automata and formal languages and Computational intelligence<( I would suggest all the classes are capitalized or all lowercase, however you are trying to present it) . During the (this) period of association, I perceived her as having (an) outstanding overall intellectual and analytical ability.

Being (a) computer student, her keen interest in computational skills and application of these skills in the project impressed me a lot were impressive. She was always an attentive student in the class, and ( was always) receptive to new ideas. ( New sentence here)> She and has concepts and her capacity for lucid presentation( exceeds expectations). She was regularly and punctual during her studies and (she) was very much hard working( in my classes). She is extremely co-operative and possesses the capacity to contribute positively while working as part of a team. She has strong communication and presentation skills. During my lectures she always participated confidently. ( She was or she is?, make sure you stick to the same tense, which ever one you choose to use :))

Considering ****'s academic excellence and effective communication skills, I rank her among the top 2% of the students of her class. I strongly recommend her for the graduate program in Computer science at your University with full financial aid.

I take this opportunity to wish her all the best in her future endeavors.

Sincerely,

Great letter! Very thoughtful. I placed a few edits that may be helpful,what I noticed was that you are using "was" and "is" interchangeably. If she was a great student in your class, stick to that tense of "was" in one paragraph. If she is a great person now, stick to "is" and the present tense, and who she is now in another paragraph. Good luck to you:)
OP Momina 1 / 1 2  
Mar 6, 2015   #3
@EF_Jasmine Thank you for your comments and response. i will try to make the changes and modifications that you have suggested.


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