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Hello...does anyone find any frustration with the fact that we cannot see the recommendation letter questions being sent to our professional recommenders? I was planning on having a pretty detailed outline for my recommenders to help them answer the questions. :shock: How are you guys managing this?

Thanks in advance!!! :-D
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Re: Consortium Recommender Process [#permalink] New post 29 Nov 2013, 09:43
Simon86 wrote:
Hello...does anyone find any frustration with the fact that we cannot see the recommendation letter questions being sent to our professional recommenders? I was planning on having a pretty detailed outline for my recommenders to help them answer the questions. :shock: How are you guys managing this?

Thanks in advance!!! :-D


Here you go:

Question One: How long have you known the applicant and under what circumstances? (1000 characters max)*

Question 2: Please discuss any strengths you think may enhance the candidate’s performance in graduate business studies and in a
management career. (1000 characters max)*

Question Three: What weaknesses do you think may affect the candidate’s performance in graduate business studies and in a management
career? (1000 character limit)*

Question Four: Please make any additional comments which you think will help in addressing the candidacy of the applicant. (1000
characters max)*

Part Two: Applicant Traits
Using the qualities listed below, how would you rate the applicant in comparison with other candidates you have known who have applied
for graduate study in business/management?
Outstanding Very Good Average Below Average Unable to Judge
Analytical Ability
Maturity
Ethics/Integrity
Leadership Potential
Personality/Ability to get
along with others
Writing Skills
Oral Skills
Creativity/Imagination
Self-confidence
Initiative/Motivation/Effort
Job Performance
OVERALL APPRAISAL

Please select the appropriate response for your evaluation summary.
Enthusiastically Recommend Recommend Do not recommend this candidate for graduate study at this time.
Re: Consortium Recommender Process   [#permalink] 29 Nov 2013, 09:43
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