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Recommendation letters [#permalink]
22 Aug 2006, 18:38
I have quick question relating to the recommendation letters. Most schools require two letters and have a specific questionaire. Almost all of these forms ask what the professional relationship is to the applicant in some way or another. Should I only have a person with whom I have been exposed to in a professional environment write these rec forms? One person that I know personally quite well works for one of the institutions that I'm planning on applying to. I think having her write one of my rec letters would be a great. However, she has no experience with me professionally. My second letter would be from a former work supervisor. Can someone please tell me whether this is advisable or should my rec letters only be completed by someone that I have worked with? Thx