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More Amazing Recommendation Letter Samples from Teachers (Part 2)

Posted by Rebecca Safier | Dec 1, 2015 3:53:00 PM

Letters of Recommendation



Last time we review how you would go about writing great recommendation for a student strong in literature or engineering (click here to see that post!)  This time, we continue the series and go over a strong social science recommendation as well as a general hard-wroker recommendation. 

Update: We just made our two-part guide one-part.  You can access it all here:

Go to our full recommendation guide!

What's Next?

Are you a teacher writing recommendations for your students? Read all about how to write an outstanding recommendation letter for your students, along with what not to include. 

Are you or a student you work with applying to a selective school, like Harvard? Learn about what kind of letter she should get for the Ivy League. 

Now that you've read these examples of strong teacher recommendation letters, check out these examples of bad ones. Warning: rec letters may appear better than they actually are.


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Rebecca graduated with her Master's in Adolescent Counseling from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She has years of teaching and college counseling experience and is passionate about helping students achieve their goals and improve their well-being. She graduated magna cum laude from Tufts University and scored in the 99th percentile on the SAT.

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