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A letter of recommendation is a letter where the author details and vouches for the capabilities, character traits, and overall quality of the person being recommended. This can be from a professional, employment, academic, or personal perspective.

These letters are also called a reference letter, recommendation letter, letter of reference, or just reference. They are most commonly used in the hiring process as part of the employment verification step where they are called an employment reference or job reference.

3 Perfect Letter of Recommendation Templates:

1. Basic letter of recommendation.

[Today’s Date]

Dear [Mr./Mrs./Ms./To Whom it May Concern],

I am writing to recommend [full name of person you’re recommending] for [what you’re recommending them for].

I have known [person you’re recommending] since [date] as [capacity in which you’ve known the person, i.e. “good friend,” “co-worker,” etc.].

I have always known [person you’re recommending] to be [qualities the person has, such as “honest,” “loyal,” “hard-working”].

Based on our experience together, I can confidently recommend [person you’re recommending] for [thing you’re recommending them for].

Sincerely,

[Your Name + Signature]

Here’s the secret about letters of recommendation. No one wants it to be long and complicated. The last thing anyone wants is a multi-page letter. The person receiving the letter is busy too, and chances are the letter is a formality. They just need to be sure that you really recommend the person, and that you’re in a position to provide a strong recommendation.

2. Personal or character letter of recommendation.

Dear [Mr./Mrs./Ms./To Whom it May Concern],

I am writing to recommend [full name of person you’re recommending] for [thing you’re recommending them for].

I have known [person you’re recommending] for [number months or years] as a [friend, coach, neighbor, etc].

From my experience, [person you’re recommending] is [qualities the person has, such as “honest,” “kind,” easy to work with,” etc].

One example of [his/her] character is when [he/she] was [something specific he/she did that showed character].

Based on our experience together, I can confidently recommend [person you’re recommending] for [thing you’re recommending the person for].

Sincerely,

[Your Name + Signature]

3. Academic letter of recommendation.

[Today’s Date]

Dear [Mr./Mrs./Ms./To Whom it May Concern],

I am writing to recommend [full name of student you’re recommending] for [thing you’re recommending them for].

I have known [Person you’re recommending] for [number of semesters, months or years]. [He/She] has been a student in my [list classes of your student has taken] classes. We’ve also worked on [any other projects you’ve worked on together].

I have always known [person you’re recommending] to be [qualities the student has, such as “a dedicated student,” “hard-working”].

I was especially impressed with [his/her] work on [specific task or project performed] where [he/she] was able to [something specific he/she accomplished].

Based on our experience together, I can confidently recommend [student you’re recommending] for [thing you’re recommending the student for].

Sincerely,

[Your Name + Signature]

FAQs:

How do I write a letter of recommendation?

  • State that you’re offering your recommendation.
  • State what you’re recommending the person for.
  • State the nature of your relationship (supervisor, teacher, etc).
  • State the length of time you have known this person.
  • List a description of the traits that make the person recommendable.

Learn more about writing a basic letter of recommendation.

How do I write a recommendation letter for myself?

  • Create an outline of your letter by listing all of your strengths, abilities and skills.
  • Write in the voice of your recommender.
  • State the purpose of the letter and the relationship with your reference at the start.
  • Highlight all of your relevant skills and make use of metrics to back up your accomplishments.

Learn more about writing a basic letter of recommendation.

How do I write a personal recommendation letter?

  1. Always start with the date.
  2. State who you are recommending and what you are recommending them for.
  3. Describe how long you know the person and in what capacity.
  4. State their best qualities.
  5. Give details about the person's character, morals, and values.

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What is the format for a letter of recommendation?

  1. Date.
  2. Dear Sir/Madam.
  3. State who you are recommending and for what.
  4. Describe the capacity in which you know them.
  5. List their most applicable qualities/traits.
  6. Conclude by confidently recommending them.
  7. Yours sincerely.

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How do you address a letter of recommendation?

  • Write your address in the top right section of the letter, followed by a spelled out date.
  • Under the address, on the left side of the page, write the recipient's name and address.

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How do you sign off a letter of recommendation?

Start your closing state with "In conclusion," or "In summary," before going to give your full backing for the person you are recommending. Finally, sign off with "Yours sincerely."

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Does a letter of recommendation need a date?

Yes, the date should always be the first line in your reference letter.

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What should a grad school letter of recommendation include?

  1. Start by stating the name of the student and the institution they are being recommended for.
  2. Describe how you know the student, how long you know them, how many semesters you've taught them, and the name of those classes.
  3. List the qualities that make them a great student.
  4. Describe work they did in your class that impressed you.
  5. Describe how, based on your experience working with them, you are confident that they will succeed in graduate school.

Learn more about writing an academic letter of recommendation.

Any advice on how to request for a letter of recommendation?

  1. Give them plenty of notice that you’ll need a letter.
  2. Ask for the recommendation by phone or in person.
  3. Provide information to help them, such as dates you worked with them.
  4. If it needs to be mailed, provide stamped and addressed envelopes.
  5. Be very clear about what the letter is for and who they should address it to etc.

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What kind of information should be included in a recommendation letter?

  • An explanation of how you know the person who the letter is being written for.
  • An evaluation of his or her character. Usually, character and skills are evaluated by sharing information about your professional or personal relationship with the person.

Learn more about writing a basic letter of recommendation.

How do I end a personal reference letter?

At the end of the letter, you should clearly state whether or not you would recommend the person in question for the position that they are seeking. Your recommendation (positive or negative) should reflect what you have said about the person in the main text of your letter.

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When asked for a letter of recommendation, a lot of students get intimidated. grade English Literature and Composition classes at Nevermore High School.

Sample Character Reference Letters

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Because of our highly competitive applicant pool, letters of recommendation hold substantial weight in our admissions decisions. A well-written letter for an outstanding applicant can show impressive characteristics beyond their own self-advocacy.

A guide to writing evaluations for MIT

Both guidance counselor and teacher evaluations are most helpful when they are specific and storied. They should provide us with the information and impressions we cannot glean from the rest of the application. Try to give a complete sketch of the student and the context of their accomplishments. Support your conclusions with facts and anecdotes whenever possible.

Try to address the following questions in your evaluation:

  • What is the context of your relationship with the applicant? If you do not know the applicant well and are only able to write a brief summary, please acknowledge this.
  • Has the student demonstrated a willingness to take intellectual risks and go beyond the normal classroom experience?
  • Does the applicant have any unusual competence, talent, or leadership abilities?
  • What motivates this person? What excites them?
  • How does the applicant interact with teachers? With peers? Describe their personality and social skills.
  • What will you remember most about this person?
  • If you have knowledge of MIT, what leads you to believe MIT is a good match for this person? How might they fit into the MIT community and grow from the MIT experience?
  • Has the applicant ever experienced disappointment or failure? If so, how did they react?
  • Are there any unusual family or community circumstances of which we should be aware?

Please pay special attention to the opening and closing of your evaluation. Remember, we are reading over 20,000 applications, and we appreciate strong statements that we’ll remember as we evaluate each candidate. With that said, please write in a way that makes you feel comfortable and do not shy away from giving us your honest impressions. We are only looking for glowing superlatives if they are backed up with examples and give us context; what is behind a student’s achievements. Above all else, make sure to go beyond a student’s grades and academic performance. We can get this information from other parts of the application.

Letters of recommendation are confidential in the MIT admissions process.

Examples letters of recommendation and critiques

Teacher recommendation for David:

It is a great pleasure for me to recommend David for admission to MIT. He is one of the most extraordinary students I have encountered in 20 years of teaching. I taught David A.P. Calculus last year as a tenth grader, and he was one of the very top students in an extremely able group of mostly seniors. He has a high aptitude for math and was very much involved in his work, applying himself with persistence and dedication and often going beyond the regular class assignments.

David’s abiding interest, however, is computer science. He has developed a series of “strands” for use in providing computerized drill and review in the basic skills and techniques of algebra and arithmetic and has recently adapted these to other subjects. David’s work in this area has been so original and significant that he has published a paper on it and delivered several lectures to professionals in other parts of the country. This is a phenomenal accomplishment for anyone, especially a young man in rural Arkansas. It is also worth noting that both last year and this year David taught computer programming to a tenth-grade class of mine for two weeks. He took over completely, preparing lectures, assignments, and tests with great care and thought. His lectures were clear and well organized, and it was obvious that he had expended a great deal of effort to make the course the success that it was.

David’s personal qualities are as impressive as his intellectual accomplishments. An extremely kind, sensitive and sensible boy, he has had a difficult family situation for a few years now. He provides emotional support to his mother through her battle with cancer without allowing the situation to undermine his own stability and accomplishments. He has exhausted all that we have to offer him in this small community, and the maturity that he has demonstrated leads me to believe him capable of entering college a year early, as he now plans to do. I sincerely hope that you will be able to offer him a place in MIT’s freshman class.

 

CritiqueExcellent! This recommendation is filled with comments from someone who clearly knows this student well. We get a clear sense for not only David’s intellectual capacities, but also emotional maturity. His genuine love for computer programming comes through in this teacher’s description. We also realize that he is pushing academic boundaries in his community and making opportunities for himself – a trait that is especially important for a candidate seeking college admissions a year early.

Teacher recommendation for Jen:

Jen was a student in one of my predominately senior physics classes. She took physics her junior year in high school and was a good student. Through hard work, she was able to develop a good understanding of the subject material.

Jen also had personal qualities that are commendable. In the two years that I have known her I have never known her to be dishonest or untrustworthy. Once on an exam paper I had made a grading error in her favor. She brought this to my attention even though it resulted in a lower test grade.

In conclusion, I feel that Jen has both the academic and personal qualities to be a credit to the college of her choice, and I give her my recommendation without reservation.

Critique: We receive thousands of recommendations like this each year. It is all positive, but it doesn’t give any real depth to the candidate. In this instance, the reader is left feeling the writer is reaching for something to say. Honesty and trustworthiness are certainly admirable traits, but they are not uncommon among the nation’s top college applicants. We are looking for a compelling reason to admit someone, so information on the class material does not help the candidate. Although Jen may be a hard worker, most of our applicants are. Although the comments are positive, it is difficult to grasp onto anything tangible to make this candidate’s case stronger. Was this faint praise intentional? How does Jen fare in comparison with other (more outstanding?) candidates at the school?

Counselor recommendation for Mary:

Mary has contributed to the school community in a variety of ways, most notably through her participation on the newspaper and yearbook staffs. Frankly, I am impressed with her aggressiveness, creativity, determination and ability to schedule extracurricular activities around a full academic workload. I have never heard Mary complain about her workload or refuse any assignment that she has been given. It is not adequate to say that she accepts responsibility readily. She seeks responsibility. Oh, for more such students!

As business manager for the paper and co-editor of the yearbook the past two years, Mary has done an outstanding job. She personally brought the town’s business community from the view that the school newspaper was a charitable organization to the realization that the paper is a direct pipeline through which advertisers can reach students. She also took the initiative to set up the advertising rate schedule for the paper that produced enough revenue to expand coverage from a four-page paper, so that it is an eight-page and often twelve-page paper. Her work as photographer for both publications has been equally outstanding.

Her motivation is not forced upon her, nor does she wear it like a badge. She has tremendous self-discipline. Mary is also a dedicated, versatile and talented student who will be an asset to your undergraduate community. She has my respect and my highest recommendation.

 

Critique: Good. Lots of specifics here give us a very clear impression and help us to know why that impression is held. We have evidence of her newspaper directives and overall character.

Counselor recommendation for Jane:

Jane is an outstanding young woman whose academic record may not fully reflect her ability. Her parents were divorced during her junior year, and, for several years before that, her home situation had been in turmoil with a great deal of fighting between her parents. Her father has an alcohol problem, and Jane certainly endured a great deal of emotional distress. The fact that she has been able to do as well as she has done given the circumstances says a lot about her. Now that the home situation has stabilized, her performance has improved. I believe her senior year grades are a much better reflection of her ability.

 

Critique: You may wonder whether or not the above information is appropriate in a letter of evaluation. It is! We appreciate anything that gives us insight and perspective into a student’s performance and the environment. Comments about problems that a student has experienced will help us understand the context in which they have accomplished whatever they have achieved. The extent to which they have dealt with these problems is useful to know as well.

Counselor recommendation for Mike:

I do not really know Mike very well. He has come to me for routine matters but generally has not had any problems that he has discussed with me. In this large school, I do not always have the time to personally get to know each of my advisees. From the comments I get from Mike’s teachers, I have the impression that he is one of the strongest students this school has seen.

Critique: We do not learn very much from this report, but we understand why. The counselor is very honest, and we are not left guessing as to the reason there is not more information and will turn our attention to other parts of the application.

Teacher recommendation for Brian:

Brian was in the top five in my class consistently. He is certainly motivated to study. His character and personality are admirable. Brian is an excellent student, hard worker and has above average reasoning ability.

Critique: This is an example of an evaluation in which we really don’t know what the writer is trying to tell us. The comments provided certainly do not give much substantive information. We are left wondering whether there is just not much to say about this student or whether the teacher just didn’t bother to put much effort into the recommendation. This is a situation where we will probably form our impressions based on the pattern of all the recommendations. If all are equally uninformative, we will assume there wasn’t much to say, but if the others are better, we will assume this teacher did not give much effort to the recommendation.

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Tips for Writing a Genuine and Powerful College Recommendation Letter

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In the lifetime of your career as an educator and even beyond, you will receive very many requests from one student or the other to have you write for them a letter of recommendation for scholarship. It is good to accept such tasks most of the time, although writing a College Recommendation Letter bursary can be tedious sometimes. However, doing so in the face of certain circumstances may actually work negatively for both the student and you.You may also see recommendation letter for student template.

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If a fellow student in your University is looking forward to apply for the Rhodes Scholarship, you can issue a letter of recommendation for him/her by customizing the Sample Recommendation Letter for the Rhodes Scholarship. You may also see High School Recommendation Letter Templates.

Sample Recommendation Letter for Scholarship from Family Friend

A recommendation letter from a family friend is a simple but honest gesture in assisting you to make a mark in the professional or academic world. The layout of this format is simple and easy to edit and such letter can make a difference in the way the recruiters perceive you. You may also see Free Recommendation Letter Templates.

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In the lifetime of your career as a teacher and a mentor, you will receive numerous requests to write out a recommendation letter for your students for various scholarships, programs and courses. It is imperative that you duly write a detailed letter which they can use to their advantage. You can simply download the Simple Recommendation Letter for Scholarship and edit the document to suit your students’ needs.

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Drafting a recommendation letter for your students can be cumbersome and time taking, therefore, if you receive such requests from your students, you can use the Sample Full bright Scholarship Recommendation Letter format and edit it to present to your students a document, which they will cherish.

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How to Write a Letter of Recommendation for Scholarship?

An effective letter of recommendation can help a person to gain a scholarship that would prove beneficial in offering him financial support for pursuing higher studies or improving his skills. It may also come in handy during immigration for people who may be moving overseas to secure the scholarship. The sample Academic Recommendation Letters will give you an idea of the format to follow when writing such letters. Here is how you can write a letter of recommendation for scholarship.

  • Make sure to mention how you know the person.
  • The evaluation and skills of the person that you discuss in the letter should be in accordance with the requirements of the scholarship.
  • When talking about the talents of the person, citing some examples would be a great idea.

Do you need Letter of Recommendation for Scholarships?

Yes, a letter of recommendation is an important part of any scholarship. It can be written by a teacher, a professor, an employer or a co-worker. In case you need some idea as to how this letter should be written, you can take a look at the various Coworker Recommendation Letter Templates that are available online. A recommendation from a person who has a firsthand experience of knowing and working with the person can actually improve his chances of gaining the scholarship. However, it is equally important that the writer of the letter follows the regulations that have been prescribed by the scholarship committee.

Types of Letters of Recommendation

There are a wide range of letters of recommendation that can come in handy for people to gain special benefits and provisions. Let us take a look at what these are.

  • Academic Recommendation Letter: This comes in handy for a student who might be trying to secure admission into a prestigious college or an elite course.
  • Employment Recommendation Letter: This letter can be designed using Employee Recommendation Letter Templates and proves beneficial for a person who might be trying to find a new job or gain a promotion.
  • Scholarship Recommendation Letter: This comes in handy for a person who is trying to gain a scholarship for higher studies.
  • Character Recommendation Letter: This letter is usually used by people looking for accommodation or adoption of a child.

What should be Included in a Letter of Recommendation for College Scholarship?

If you really want to help a student gain a college scholarship, it is important that you write an effective letter of recommendation. Now, in order for the letter to be an effective one, you need to ensure that you include all the essential sections and information in the letter while also following the proper format. As far as the format is concerned, you can get an idea of this by referring to the High School Recommendation Letter Templates that are available online. Here is a list of all that should be included in the letter.

  • Details of the student
  • Your experience of working with him
  • The student’s potential
  • His skills and talents cited with examples
  • Why you think he deserves the scholarship

Tips for Writing Recommendation Letter for Students’ Scholarship

In order to write an effective recommendation letter that would help a student to gain scholarship, you need to ensure that you follow a format that is in accordance to the industrial trends. In case you are not sure what this is, you can check out the Promotion Recommendation Letters templates that are readily available online. Additionally, here are some tips to help you write a super letter of recommendation.

  • Do away with the standard opening of “To whomsoever it May Concern”. Instead address the person directly.
  • Instead of claiming about the skills of the student include facts that reiterate your claims.
  • The letter should neither be too long nor too short.
  • Break the content into smaller paragraphs.
  • Do not forget to proofread the letter and correct all the errors before mailing it to the person concerned.

Uses

You can easily write a recommendation letter using the Letter of Recommendation Samples that various websites offer. This letter can be used to

  • Recommend a student for a scholarship
  • Highlight the student’s strengths and skills
  • Recommend why the student is eligible for the scholarship
  • Gain admission into a prestigious university or a good course

If you are extremely busy you might end up making late delivery.So you should use sample example recommendation templates in word format to help you write the letter. If you don’t know the student well you may fail to convey them as naturally as you should. Also avoid referring people you have low opinion of.

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What Should be Included on a Letter of Recommendation for a College Scholarship?

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If you have been asked to complete a letter of recommendation for a college scholarship for an aspiring college student, it is important to know what makes an effective letter.

A letter of recommendation for a college scholarship is basically a document that includes information demonstrating the candidate's aptitude for admissions into a particular learning institution. Generally, students will ask a teacher, counselor, or other educational representatives to complete this type of recommendation letter.

Things To Include in a Letter of Recommendation for a College Scholarship

If you have been asked to write a letter of recommendation for a student who is attempting to attain a college scholarship, you are probably interested in doing the best job possible. To accomplish this objective, you should note that there are two things that should almost always be included in these letters. They include:

1. Your Experience With The Applicant

Your experience with the applicant is one of the most important aspects of the letter of recommendation you write for the student. This is the case for several reasons, including the fact that the individuals who read the letter are looking for tangible evidence that demonstrates the student's character, proclivities, and general attitude when working with others. When you notate your experience with the applicant, be sure to cite details that really enable the scholarship representatives to gain a clear, holistic understanding of what type of person the student really is. For example, if you were the applicant's tutor, reference important, meaningful events that transpired as you tutored the student. Was she or he humble enough to ask for additional help when a concept wasn't fully understood? Did she or he maintain a positive attitude prior to attaining the GPA desired? These are the types of experiences with the student you should discuss so that the scholarship reviewers gain an understanding of his or her character.

2. The Student's Potential

In addition to discussing your personal experiences with the student, it is important that you provide clear, detailed information regarding his or her potential to succeed at the learning institution they plan to attend. Discussing this matter will necessitate that you reflect upon things such as the student's academic performance as well as his or her general disposition towards the scholarly world (in terms of things such as diligence to complete coursework and willingness to take on challenging material). In summarizing this data, you should be able to demonstrate exactly why this student is highly likely to succeed in a higher education setting.

Other Considerations

Although you may already have an idea of what you want to be included in the letter of recommendation letter that you write, you should be cognizant of the fact that the student will likely want to play a primary role in how the document is constructed. In discussing this matter in an important article entitled "The Scholarship Letter of Recommendation," Scholarship.com encourages students to play an integral role in writing the recommendation letter. In recognizing that this is the type of advice students are receiving, be prepared to have a student want to give shape and substance to the letter.

Conclusion

If you have been asked to write a letter of recommendation for an individual, you should know that there is specific information which should be included in this document. Now that you have an answer to the question, "What should be included on a letter of recommendation on a college application?" you can write the letter with confidence and authority.

Related: Tips for Writing a Good College Application Essay

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