If you have any questions regarding Beth's qualifications, please feel free to contact me at or Kara. She took physics her junior year in high school and was a good student.
My last statement encourages the college to contact me with any further questions. Here are a few things I have learned along the way: Make sure you know the student well enough to recommend them. Although the letter doesn't touch on academics, it does tell the admissions committee who this student is as a person.
I usually tell these students to ask a teacher who knows them better. But she always looks tired to me, and a little underfed, and it breaks my heart every day. He has so, so much to give if only we can get him to a safe space where he can undo some of the damage done to him and start to rebuild himself.
Although Jen may be a hard worker, most of our applicants are. I have never heard Mary complain about her workload or refuse any assignment that she has been given.
I think this held him back significantly, and that he will really thrive in college where the extended researched argument becomes the standard product. He has a very well organized, detail-oriented approach to completing his tasks. I can find at least one nice thing to say about any student.