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3 Steps to Score a Great Letter of Recommendation

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3 Steps to Score a Great Letter of Recommendation


There are basically three easy steps that will help you score a great letter of recommendation for your homeschool student.

Step 1: Think and Plan

Plan ahead and encourage high school activities that can lead to glowing recommendations.

Step 2: Assess and Investigate

Ask for a letter of recommendation from someone who knows your child well and writes well.

Step 3: Ask and Inform

The teenager should request the recommendation politely, in person, a month in advance, and provide additional details the recommender may not already know.

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For more information, this article may help: How to Get a Great Letter of Recommendation.

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