dear sir/ madam:
I have known mr.
Caleb for more than 6 years since his freshman year at university of minnesota. at that time, he took the course-- mathematical analysis, which i taught mainly for junior students majoring in mathematics.
To my surprise, i found he was among the few students in his class who could keep up with the pace of my lectures. moreover, he often posed thought-provoking questions during the course. thus it was natural that i liked discussing with this young man and became familiar with him. the more i knew him, the more i found he was talented at mathematics. as you can see, he got excellent scores on the course.
In fact, he ranked no. 1 on this 270 hours course in the talented student class which has 34 intelligent others. with his outstanding talent and solid mathematical background, he also did quite well in most other courses during his undergraduate study.
As to his personality, i would like to say mr. caleb is a warm-hearted, honest and upright student. he was always ready to help others. during my lectures, many students got confused at some points and i could always see mr. caleb help them explain during breaks. in the meanwhile, i must admit that mr. caleb was a bit impatient
To whom it may concern:
xxxxxx is a senior in the department of logistics and maritime studies majoring in global supply chain management.
Mr. xxxxx took my management science courses last year and quickly demonstrated his proficiency in learning and applying analytical methods. he exhibited a great thirst for learning and always sought alternative solutions to problems by deepening and expanding his knowledge, often going well beyond course requirements. his assignments, exams, personal inquiries and performance in class discussions demonstrated considerable prowess in dealing with quantitative issues. although i cannot say that he was the best student i have ever taught, i certainly appreciate his attitude and cannot help but applaud his effort and ability.
Before he decided to go to graduate school, he discussed the issue with me. he indicated an interest in pursuing a career involving accounting and finance because he saw accounting as the basis of other business disciplines and recognized his own abilities and inclinations in this field. i believe that his solid verbal skills will also provide him with strong support.
During the past three years mr. xxxx’s academic performance has been quite impressive, and he has demonstrated the ability to master a variety of widely disparate subjects. he did not exhibit any weak subjects in the bachelor of business administration program, a comprehensive business program including subjects from various fields such as accounting, finance, quantitative business methods, marketing, and business law. last year he was awarded a departmental certificate of merit in recognition of his outstanding performance during one of his most intensive semesters. he was also placed on the faculty of business dean’s list during the xxxx-xxxx academic year.
As a program leader in his discipline, i believe mr. xxxxx is well-qualified to pursue further studies in accounting, as demonstrated by his well-balanced abilities in both quantitative and qualitative methods. i am convinced that he has the potential the complete a rigorous graduate program requiring broad horizons and diverse skills.