warbrain Posted September 30, 2010 Share Posted September 30, 2010 I guess maybe I should have looked into this before choosing colleges, but I'm currently a sophomore taking two upper-division courses and one graduate level course in my major and am starting to get worried about how I would be able to get letters of recommendations from professors. The problem is that my classes are huge - my upper division classes have a hundred or one-hundred fifty students, and my graduate level class has 70, so my professors will barely be able to recognize me from lectures. I've read that it's a good idea to go to office hours, but I'm not exactly sure what I'm supposed to do, since these classes aren't really giving me trouble (yet); I don't want to waste my professors' time by trying to chat with them when other students might actually need their help. Does anyone have advice on what to do? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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