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Sample Letter Of Recommendation

Prof. John Smith
Dept. of Computer Science.

It gives me immense pleasure in recommending Mr. Joe Doe for the graduate program in Computer Science at your University. I have known him for four years in my capacity as Professor, Department of Computer Science. I have also taught him two theory courses, 'Introduction to Computer Science' and 'System Programming' and I am teaching him Application Programming.

In this context, I wish to place on record the consistently brilliant academic performance of Mr. Doe during his four years of study.

As per his performance records, he can be placed in the top 10% of a class of 90 students in my subject and is placed on the overall in the top 20%. He is intelligent, inquisitive and yearns to gain an in-depth knowledge. With his determination and hard work I have no doubt that he will succeed in all his endeavors.

His project titled "ABC DEF GHI JKL" conducted at XXX was ranked among the best projects carried out in the department. He has shown the motivation, intelligence, preserving nature and analytical aptitude for graduate study and research. He is extremely co-operative and possesses the capacity to contribute positively while working as part of a team.

In my view Mr. Doe compares favorably with the best among my students. I am sure he will make an outstanding graduate student. I recommend him in the strongest terms for admission to the Graduate Program at your University preferably with financial aid.

Prof. John Smith