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Letters of recommendation are required for almost every graduate school application and are a very important part of the application process.

Recommendation letters are used to gather additional information about a candidate for employment, graduate study or other opportunity at the Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral level. Recommendations play a key role within the decision-making process. Although it can vary, generally, you will be asked for three letters. If you need a recommendation letter to supplement your business school application, you will need to get real letters that are proven to work for business school applicants.

An applicant might complete his application carefully, could have done his Statement of Purpose/Essays well, but if the recommenders do not provide a good insight on the applicant, it is most likely that he or she would be rejected for admission into good universities throughout the world. Hence, a strong and appropriate recommendation by the right people makes or breaks an applicant!

Whom should I ask for letters of recommendation?

The letters should be submitted by instructors in a discipline related to your proposed field of study who are in a position to analyze your abilities and academic promise.

Depending upon the level of study, recommendations could be made by,

1) Bachelor's level: Lecturers, who has taught the subjects and has a good insight on the strengths and weaknesses of the applicant.

2) Master's level: Professors/Teachers, Guides and supervisors could provide their insights into the academic performance, co and extra-curricular activities of the applicant.

3) Doctoral level and beyond: Strong academic recommendations coupled with work-place supervisors form the key recommenders. More than for any level, doctoral applicants are heavily dependent on recommendations for admission.

Fly High helps in preparing the content of recommendation letters which suit the requirement of universities and thus improve the overall application strength of students.