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 When you ask for a letter of recommendation, you should ask When you ask for a letter of recommendation, you should ask
  
-  * if the faculty member if they can write you a strong letter +  * if the faculty member can write you a strong letter 
-  * provide information about what the requester of the letter of recommendation are looking for.+  * provide information about what the requester of the letter of recommendation is looking for.
   * provide any information that you think specifically should be mentioned   * provide any information that you think specifically should be mentioned
     * You may want to provide a resume     * You may want to provide a resume
     * Remind faculty about what courses you had them with, any accomplishments you would like highlighted     * Remind faculty about what courses you had them with, any accomplishments you would like highlighted
 +    * Any deficiencies/weaknesses that the faculty member could directly address
   * provide a deadline--with at least two weeks lead time    * provide a deadline--with at least two weeks lead time 
  
 There is more information about letters [[students:grad_school#letters_of_recommendation|specific to graduate school]]. There is more information about letters [[students:grad_school#letters_of_recommendation|specific to graduate school]].
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 +Follow up with your recommender about the outcome.
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