Rad Posted November 2, 2011 Share Posted November 2, 2011 I discovered this site recently and it is a great one and I have learned so much, so here is the Readers Digest version of my story, in my late 30's and decided to go back to university in order to acquire a Phd in political science. I have a masters and I am currently working as a high school teacher, I have contacted the schools I am interested in to inquire about who is an appropriate writer for a letter of recommendation. I was told that a work supervisor is fine, so the principal at my school and department all have told me they are glad to give me one. This is where the problem starts, a 3rd one. Now I thought that an academic reference from a former professor would be advantageous to have, I have contacted an undergrad professor and my masters dissertation supervisor, and both have vague memory of me because I graduated in 1999, with the supervisor saying he would be glad to help in principal but not sure how. This is where I turn to anyone for advice here, what would you do? I did research in Russia in a think tank but that supervisor is nowhere to be found. I am upset and unsure of what to do. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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