Ask two people who know him well, whom he trusts and who want to see him write his letters of reference. These recommendations should be able to provide specific examples, anecdotes, and evidence. Register the arbitrators through your online application as soon as possible in the application process.
Recommendations must be submitted before the application deadline: October 10, 2019, at 1:00 a.m. Pacific Time. (Don’t worry: you can send your request even if your recommenders have not sent you your letters).
The application system will send each arbitrator a personalized link to send their recommendation online. For verification purposes, register your advisor using your work email account, not a personal account such as Gmail, Yahoo !, Etc. Here are some things to consider when choosing references:
We care about the content of the letter, not just the title or status of the person who wrote it.
The strongest letters we receive come from people who have had close and recent relationships with you. Recommendations can be academic or professional.
It is inappropriate to ask a family member to make a recommendation. Also, consider that a partner is different from a friend.
The recommendations of his partner Knight-Hennessy are the only letters of reference that we will review before providing comments on his graduate program.
Once your postgraduate program has sent your comments to the Knight-Hennessy Scholars program, we can also review the reference letters from your department.
It is good to ask the same person to make recommendations for their graduate program and for the Knight-Hennessy Scholars program, but to make sure they send separate letters of reference.
You cannot write, write, edit, translate or send the reference letter.