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Recommendations for Consultants [#permalink]
14 Oct 2005, 11:15
Just wanted to get some advice about recommendations. I'm a consultant at a Big 4 and I have not worked on a single client for longer than six months, nor have I worked with the same group of people for more than six months. I cannot ask my Performance Evaluator to write a letter for obvious reasons and I am in a bind.
I've been with the firm for a little over 2 years (3 years at matric.)
Prior to this job, I worked at an investment bank in an analyst program, so I will be asking an Associate over there for a recommendation.
In the event that I will need three recommendations, I have a community service one as well.
Thanks for your reply, and I look forward to hearing from you.
Well, if I went with number two, I could explain the situation in an optional letter. I was also thinking that I could ask one of the project leaders that I have worked with to write one for me based on his experience and on some detailed reviews that I have received one other projects...
Is that a feasible idea? Would it be looked upon negatively by the school?
Another question for you. I plan on applying to about 7 schools and I don't know if my project leader would be able to write all seven. Would it be alright if I had 3 written by a former project leader that left the firm and explain in my optional essays that I chose this recommender since I didn't want anyone in the firm to know about my MBA plans?