One of the most important elements of your college application is the recommendation of a teacher. College admissions offices take these Letters very seriously, and it is critical that you do your best to secure the best letters of recommendation possible. Some students assume that there is nothing they can do to ensure that the letters are glowing testimonials. While you can’t really expect to sit in the room looking over the shoulder of your teacher as he writes the letter, there are many things you can do to increase the likelihood that the teacher writes a strong letter that will impress admissions officers everywhere.
- Get Organized
- Decide Which Teachers Should Write your LORs
- Establish a Relationship with Your Teachers
- Consider the Timing of Your Request for an LOR
- Pop the Question
- Provide Your Teacher With Adequate Information