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Sororities often require letters of recommendation for their potential new members; many require the person writing the letter of recommendation to be an alumna of the specific sorority the potential new member wants to join, so you should verify whether or not alumna status is required before continuing. If you need to write a sorority recommendation letter, ask the applicant for background information on their previous accomplishments and reasons for wishing to join. Weave this information into a formal letter along with notes on your connection to the applicant and positive impressions you have of her.

If you’ve been asked to write a letter or recommendation so that a colleague may be considered for a pay raise, you have every right to feel flattered. After all, your opinion apparently carries weight. Be certain that your direct, personal experience with the subject of your letter is solid and credible, too. Then provide examples to illustrate your points to add a valued level of specificity to your effort. If successful, you may not be able to share in the wealth that a pay raise will bring every two weeks, but you can bask in the knowledge that you can accomplish a successful persuasive effort.

Letter writers may begin uploading letters of recommendation (LoRs) for residency applications when ERAS (Electronic Residency Application Service) opens in May of the year the student is applying for residency. If a student requests a letter from you before this time, we suggest that you draft the letter while the student’s performance is fresh in your memory; however, you will not be able to upload the letter until the student has registered for ERAS. It is highly recommended that letters be submitted by September 15 of the year in which a student is applying.

Sure, the student is an overachiever, but why? Be succinct in your writing by avoiding superfluous words or rambling sentences. However, don't be too brief. Explain the student's qualifications. Why is he or she an overachiever? This is when you add the personal touch. Give examples of why and how. Any qualification should be followed by a why and how statement. A one paragraph letter reads like a list and tells the reader that you really don't know the student well. A one-page letter says it perfectly. A five-page letter? Maybe pare it down a bit. You may be gushing too much.

Recommendation proofread

recommendation proofread

Sure, the student is an overachiever, but why? Be succinct in your writing by avoiding superfluous words or rambling sentences. However, don't be too brief. Explain the student's qualifications. Why is he or she an overachiever? This is when you add the personal touch. Give examples of why and how. Any qualification should be followed by a why and how statement. A one paragraph letter reads like a list and tells the reader that you really don't know the student well. A one-page letter says it perfectly. A five-page letter? Maybe pare it down a bit. You may be gushing too much.

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