Also, since the prof's and empoyers don't really know what to write, should I write the LOR and just have them transcribe it onto the form? If I did write these, can anyone point me to a good source that shows what a good LOR from a Prof, and an employer should contain?
Why would the attorney say that to you? I got three LOR. The idea that I might tell them what to write never came up, especially not from my lawyer who wrote one of the LOR.
are you all on crack? you don't draft a letter of rec for yourself. that is the ultimate in poor form. supporting materials, yes-- resume, writing sample, note about what you hope the person can highlight in her or his rec, sure.a DRAFT? oy...
i guess it is i who am on crack. for his PhD program? so troubling... & so dishonest, don't you think
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