KingRAJ Posted September 13, 2017 Share Posted September 13, 2017 Hi All, I will be applying to Ph.D. programs in clinical psychology for Fall 2018 and needed advice on what I should do with one of my recommendations. I worked at a lab for over a year after graduation and recently asked them for a recommendation. I was notified that they would write me a letter but it would address both my strengths and weaknesses that they observed while I worked there. I made a few mistakes while working there but was quick in apologizing and diligently worked on improving my performance. I was just wondering how a letter like that, which will include my weaknesses as a researcher, would impact my chances of admission. Is it an automatic kiss of death? Any advice or insight would be greatly appreciated. Thank you! Best, KingRAJ Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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