Good Sat scores, a stellar GPA and the perfect essay are important
;but they are not everything. College admissions want to
gain insight about you. They want someone to vouch
for your maturity, intelligence , integrity and overall personality. This written
statement usually comes from an adult who knows you well.
It is called the reference letter.
Former teachers, coaches, advisors, administrators, and employers are all possible
contacts for the reference letters. Take time and carefully
choose the person who writes this letter . This may be the deciding factor
in your acceptance.
How many letters should you send? What happens when you have a new guidance counselor,
who should do the School Report ? Should the letter come from a favorite
ninth grade English teacher or this year's prof?
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