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reference choice - special situation [#permalink] New post 28 Nov 2006, 07:52
Hi all,

I have worked for the same supervisor for the last 3 years, since I graduated from college. I do not want to inform him at this stage that I want to leave the company to go to business school since we are a small company of 4 people. I also can't ask anybody I work with since my supervisor will get to know this.

Now my question: How will the business schools see it if I submit one reference from my former supervisor for whom I worked during a 6 months internship in 2001 and one from my former professor who became a kind of mentor for me during the last 5 years?

Is that acceptable? Or do you have any other recommendation whom I could ask?

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It looks wierd that you don't have a recommendation from your most and only job for the last 3 years. I'm not sure how it will hurt you, but it raise some concerns.

How about telling your boss that you are *considering* going to B-school and see how he reacts. Let him know the reasons, and discreetly ask whether he can help with a recommendation.

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