SlyManuel Posted January 8, 2018 Share Posted January 8, 2018 Slowly freaking out due to the fact that one of my letters of recommendation wasn't the strongest, it seemed very generic in my opinion. I taught that this would be my strongest letter but it is not. This professor was appalled when I told him that I want applying to grad school since I don't think I have the strongest record or clearly defined research interests. The professor single handedly ended up convincing me, and I applied to a few programs. However, he forwarded me a copy of his LOR and it is not what I was hoping for. It terrifies me because he is my program's expert in the area that I am interested in. I know that I have a really strong letter since my other professor also sent it to me, and I am not worried about the third one since thanks to that professors recommendations and nominations I have won multiple scholarships. Am I alone in this? Am I over thinking? Sorry for the rant. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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