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My application is due in March, I thought it will probably be a good time to start connecting with potential recommenders. The problem is that I just started my MBA program this semester (however, I will be completing my studies by August 2007) and haven't been able to develop a strong rapport with my professors. Anyone have advise on how tackle this issue?

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try to contact your undergrad professors... they might be able to help!!!

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I was thinking that letters from my graduate professors will weight better than my undergrad ones. I am doing well in my current classes, extremely well in some. Should even attempt to ask professors based on my performance in their class?

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I think you can approach your current professors and tell them about your goals, etc... see what they suggest...

However, if you worked closely with some undergrad professors, especially outside of class work, they might know your research potential better. Really depends on your situation.

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Since you are doing well in the current classes, I think it will be good to approach your current profs and see how it turns out. Also, see if you can assist some of them in their research, etc.
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