Letter of Recommendations

pass-thru

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The higher the better, but it has to be somebody who knows you on a personal level.
 

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pass-thru said:
The higher the better, but it has to be somebody who knows you on a personal level.

X2.

If you do personally know the sheriff then by all means use him.
 

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I am guessing you are young, if so a coach, principle, or teacher, that knows you well and hopefully your family and friends. If in upper 20�s or older I would use an employer.
Good luck!
 

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Unicam said:
The more well known the name in the area employment you are looking at the better.

Yep, try to get the mayor or state representative the bigger the name the better.
 

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Not sure if you attend a church, but if you do, your pastor (if you know him on a personal level) would be a good one.
 

Diehard Hunter

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If you know someone connected to that academy, then use that person. Ideally, you would want the letters to come from someone the reviewers know and respect. Stay away from friends and amply members. When they call those people that wrote the letters, they will ask them how they know you. They know friends and family will be one sided in what they right.
 
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