Reference for LOR
How should I select my reference for LOR?
ChristineJoseph last edited by ChristineJoseph
Your reference for LOR are a reflection of your merit, character, and achievements from an external perspective. Commonly, it is an academic letter of recommendation for students from professors, sent in conjunction with the college application. This main is an academic letter of recommendation.
- If you can have someone from the – area referring you (maybe a teacher or tutor) it would be great. Even better, if this academic reference is from the discipline you plan to pursue. This way, the person can better express the reasons why you would be a good addition to the university’s program.
- A doctor, policeman, or any other person in a position of authority is also a good idea. The testimony they provide about you is considered reliable because people in such positions are held in high regard.
- Lastly, if your testimony comes from a member or leader of a voluntary group, maybe an NGO, this will give you extra points, as it presents you as a person who cares for others. As a result, your LOR speaks well not only about your professional background but also your social one.
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