LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION FOR CRNA SCHOOL
letter of recommendation is a letter that makes a statement of support for a candidate. Preferably, the person writing the letter of recommendation has been in an academic or working relationship with the applicant. A letter of recommendation should also present a well-documented evaluation and provide sufficient evidence and information to help a selection committee in making its decision. It should address the specific purpose for which it is written: to discuss both scholarly capabilities and personal character, although the balance between the two will vary, depending upon the nature of the application. For example, at one end of the scale, a letter for an applicant for graduate study should focus primarily on the scholarly, while at the other end, a letter for an applicant for a non-academic position should discuss a broader range of qualities and experiences, including extracurricular or work experience as well. It should give an overall picture of the candidate's: personal characteristics, performance, experience, strengths, capabilities and professional promise. Letters of recommendation can also be used to explain some weakness or ambiguity in a student's record. If appropriate and after consulting the student, you might wish to mention a family illness, financial hardship, or other factor.
The letter should be about one page in length and generally consist of three parts: opening, body, and closing. The presentation and professional appearance of your letter often impacts the individual’s candidacy. Please be sure that the letter is typewritten rather than handwritten. Proofread it carefully for typographical and grammatical errors. Be sure that your affiliation to the individual is clear. Indicate how you can be contacted for additional information and list time frames that the contact information is accurate. You should include address, phone number and email address if applicable. It is not uncommon for students to provide you with both a form and stamped, addressed envelope for you to use to mail the letter directly to the school, program or job for which the student is applying.
If, after doing a careful review of a candidate's strengths and weaknesses, you cannot write a supportive letter, it is important to have a candid discussion with the student letting them know of your decision. In addition, it is suggested that you provide information to the individual as to why you have declined to serve as a reference.
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