Comprehensive Guide for Reference Letters
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Over the past several years, we have been overwhelmed by requests for additional information about reference letters for business school, medical school and law school. Ironically, the inquiries are not just from applicants, but from supervisors and faculty members who have been asked to write letters of recommendation on their behalf.
As the competition at top programs becomes increasingly intense, candidates have acknowledged the need to present persuasive references to support their applications. Unfortunately, they (and their reference writers) rarely have an organized "plan of attack" to generate compelling letters.
They want to know:
1. who should
(and shouldn't) write a letter of recommendation
perspective, smart candidates give their recommendations that same level
of attention that they give to their essays and personal statements. They
take the time to find the right people to highlight their personal and
professional strengths in the appropriate level of detail. In a highly
competitive applicant pool, the choice between two equally qualified candidates
often comes down to the quality and depth of their recommendations. Choosing
the wrong people to write your letters (or having them say the wrong things)
can have devastating consequences.
IvyLeagueAdmission.com is proud to offer a comprehensive guide about references letters for:
1. the candidates
who need them
Ivy League Reference Letters: How to Write (and Get) Persuasive Recommendations for Law School, Medical School and Business School (ISBN 978-0-9773764-1-4) offers a comprehensive plan to write (and get) reference letters that highlight the specific qualities that admissions committees are seeking. It also provides 20 actual letters that have opened doors for candidates in highly competitive programs in law, medicine and business.
This valuable guide, which is in a convenient digital format, covers the following topics:
a Great Letter
Chapter 2: Who Should Write Your References
Chapter 3: Using the Rating Scale as a Guide
Chapter 4: How to Ask for a Reference
Chapter 5: How to Write a Persuasive Reference Letter
Chapter 6: Medical School Reference Letters
Chapter 7: Law School Reference Letters
Chapter 8: Business School / MBA Reference Letters
Chapter 9: Recommendations for Special Circumstances
Time Off From Work or School (Law School)
Chapter 10: Hall of Shame: References That Do NOT Open Doors
Letter (MBA Program)
1: College Dean's Evaluation Form (Law School)
In the highly
complex admissions process, recommendation letters are a candidate's ONLY
chance to present third-party documentation of their essential character
traits, such as humor, maturity and tenacity.
After years of painstaking preparation for law school, medical school or business school, why leave your reference letters to chance?
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(Revised and Updated in September 2012)
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