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Hi guys, this is about LOR strategy in the math/stat space, and I thought it might be helpful to have my profile attached as well. I wanted to know what the best strategies for getting letters of recommendations are. While I have been through the LOR process for the masters applications, I wanted to take a more nuanced approach this cycle. As mentioned previously, I have 1 professor (call him professor X) from my masters program with whom I took 2 classes with and we are currently working on 2 research topics, one on time series and one on COVID data analysis. Another professor (call him
Hi, Everyone! I am new to Grad Cafe but so happy I found a community. I am a non-traditional student - married with a kid, certified teacher in TX, taught Kinder for four years, obtained M.A. in another field 12 years ago.... After being exposed to SLP's in public schools, I really wanted to do this. I just started an online 2nd Bachelors for COMD through Utah State. I am planning to apply for grad school in 2018 Jan/Feb (for their deadlines). I feel nervous about getting a strong academic LOR because my professors from the online program can write references based on my grades. Does
I am applying for a research position at the university that I am attending for my masters. They require two academic letters of reference for this job. One of my former professors, who also wrote me a LOR for my grad school apps, agreed to tweak his existing LOR and mail it. The second professor I asked, who has wrote me an LOR before, has yet to respond to me about writing another LOR. While it has only been a day since I have emailed her, I feel worried because she has not been replying to my updates regarding graduate school. She has been very reliable otherwise. Am I needlessly worr