Critique : This is an example of an evaluation in which we really don't know what the writer is trying to tell us. The comments provided certainly do not give much substantive information. We are left wondering whether there is just not much to say about this student or whether the teacher just didn't bother to put much effort into the recommendation. This is a situation where we will probably form our impressions based on the pattern of all the recommendations. If all are equally uninformative, we will assume there wasn't much to say, but if the others are better, we will assume this teacher did not give much effort to the recommendation.
Application advice month continues as we go through the next part of application checklist: the Writing Supplement! The supplement is my favorite part of application reading…
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Thank you so much! I would have never done it [been accepted to a DO program] without Alicia's support. Alicia is a great motivator and very inspirational. She is very passionate about what she does and I am so fortunate to work with her. I especially appreciate all of the time she have taken to “show me the ropes” and to ensure that I have the process knowledge and tools I need to be a successful applicant.