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Stanford Leadership Grid [#permalink] New post 25 Aug 2011, 03:14
Hi!
Quick question here - about stanford leadership behavior grid that all reccomenders have to fill out.
(cant post URLs but just google 2012_entry_LBGrid_LOR or Stanford Leadership Behavioral Grid)

I am pretty close with all 3 of my recommenders for Stanford and they all said they would be happy to give me half 5s (the best score) and half 4s.

My question: should I tell them to give me a 3 on a few traits, so it doesn't look unrealistic? If all 3 of my grids are practically identical with 4s and 5s, will that raise eyebrows? Or do most people get ranked with 4s and 5s?

Thanks for any insight!
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Re: Stanford Leadership Grid [#permalink] New post 09 Sep 2011, 09:18
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No should not be suspect, especially if they back up their ratings with evidence (explanation). I believe they are asked to rank compared with peers, so a 3 would indicate that there are others in your workplace whom they would view as better qualified applicants.
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