Alexandria Davis Posted December 21, 2011 Share Posted December 21, 2011 I graduated from Uni in Atlanta, Georgia in December of 2010 and did not intend to continue on to graduate school so I didn't request LOR. I've since moved back home to Los Angeles, CA and am beginning the process of applying to graduate programs. I have established rapport with three professors who I know for certain would remember me well, and would write me great letters of rec. The advice I see online says it is best to schedule a meeting with the professor, give them materials etc... I get that. But I do not have a lot of money. If I absolutely have to take a trip to Atlanta to do this properly, I will scrape and scrounge for it. But if I could get away with doing this from Los Angeles that would be a great benefit. Opinions? Is it absolutely imperative to meet with professors in person? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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