To get a better idea of exactly what we're talking about when it comes to writing a "letter of recommendation", it's always helpful to have a few sample letters to look at.
However, before viewing the samples, it's also helpful to review the definition of a "letter of recommendation" so as to be clear on the differences between that type of letter and a "letter of reference". So, as is detailed on the main page of this Web site:
A "letter of recommendation" is one that is specifically requested by someone, about someone, and therefore is always specifically addressed to a particular requestor. Letters of recommendation are usually employment-related, or college program admission and/or scholarship related. Other letters that also come under the general "letter of recommendation" heading are: commendation letters and performance evaluation letters.
Sample Letters of Recommendation
Below are three real-life sample template examples of typical letters of recommendation. Click on the thumbnail picture to see an enlarged version of the letter. These fully-formatted real-life templates are extracted from my ebook Instant Recommendation Letter Kit.
All 79 templates in Instant Recommendation Letter Kit are "actual" full-length, fully-formatted letters written by professionals to deal with real-life situations that one encounters in day-to-day personal and business life. (As opposed to software generated cut-and-paste, fill-in-the-blank, one-size-fits-all templates that most others offer).
Once you download the Kit's 79 templates into your word processing program you will be able to quickly and easily adapt any of them to fit your own situation in a matter of minutes by using the exclusive step-by-step "Template Adaptation Method" which is explained in the Kit.
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