uchenyy Posted September 1, 2019 Share Posted September 1, 2019 I'm currently working on my MA, and this fall I'm applying to PhD programs in political science. I took a seminar in spring 2019 with a well-known professor in my field. I received an A in his course, and I went to office hours and talked with him a few times. Would it be reasonable to ask him for a letter of recommendation? My other option is to ask a professor from undergrad who is less well-known, though I know him a bit better. Isn't it more important to have letters from my graduate professors if I am already in a graduate program? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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