Recommendation - many clubs at James S Rickards High School...

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To Whom It May Concern: I am honored to be telling you about an outstanding student named Mihir Thakkar. I have known Mr. Thakkar for over 2 years now, and he is an outstanding and well qualified disciple. Mihir is incredibly intelligent and is a great leader. I first met him when he was my student in the 9 th grade. Mihir continued to grow throughout the year and turned out to be a great student. He consistently gets in the top 15% of his class and is a great student. He is always curious and eager to learn more no matter the subject. Mihir has a strong work ethic, and that is shown in his grades. I have no doubt that he will succeed in whatever field he decides to pursue. Last semester, Mihir received extra credit for an assignment that didn’t deserve the extra credit. Showing his integrity, he went to the teacher and told her about this mishap. The teacher tried to give him the points, but Mihir denied it, being honest and true to his morals. Mihir is active in
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Unformatted text preview: many clubs at James S Rickards High School. He is a member of the Junior Classical League, Brain Bowl, and an award winning Mu Alpha Theta team. Mihir shows his productivity by getting things done and setting his priorities. Over the past summer, while other students were wasting their time, Mihir decided to be proactive and get a summer job at his dad’s office and get some job experience. This shows the value of time that Mihir has. The least I can do for Mihir is write this recommendation letter. He is an outstanding student with a great work ethic and I can only recommend him for this vacancy in your program. He is a great student and an avid learner who is curious and eager no matter what the subject. He is extremely qualified and is the best fit for your position...
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Sierra during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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