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routine letter - beginning of class I never once used my...

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Nicole C. Rabe 1587 E. 275 N. * Layton, UT 84040 * 801.336.7275 * [email protected] July 30, 2007 Dr. Jamie Bateman 1587 North Eccles St. Ogden, UT 84403 Dear Jamie: RE: Reference Letter I am writing to request a reference letter for my application into the Marriot School of Accountancy at Brigham Young University. I was privileged to be a student in your advanced calculus class in the fall of 2006. I would appreciate a letter from you, recommending I be admitted to BYU’s competitive program. One of the qualities you can include in your recommendation is the ability I had to excel in your class and achieve the overall top score. I was able to grasp the concepts in a well developed strategy, enabling me to understand the material. I utilized the time I had to study, and was able to maximize my learning experience. Another attribute you can mention was my consistent punctuality to class. I also, never turned in any late assignments, and always was prepared at the
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Unformatted text preview: beginning of class. I never once used my school affiliations as an excuse, but instead was one step ahead in making sure I had things accomplished before missing class on a school excused absence. The last characteristic beneficial to me is my skills as a leader. Not only did I tutor other students while enrolled in the class, but I was a teacher assistant for your classes the next semester. I had the ability to teach in a way that made sense to your students, and had the patience to work hard at helping them comprehend the material better. Thank you for the opportunity to grow and develop lasting skills in your class. I would be tremendously appreciative of your recommendation, and hope to hear form you soon! The reference letter is to be emailed to [email protected] by the 28 th of August. Sincerely, Nicole Rabe Nicole Rabe...
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