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3 years ago
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Supplemental Letters of Reccomendation

In addition to the one counselor and 2 teacher letters of recommendation, I have 3 supplemental letters of rec that I have asked for. Obviously I won't be sending 3 additional letters of rec to every school I'm applying to, but I'm interested to know what letters of rec I should prioritize over the others, and whether certain schools like letters of rec better than others. My additional recommenders are:

-A college professor that I took Statistics with as a dual enrollment student, I got an A in his class and I feel like he really liked me

-A peer recommender because it's recommended for Dartmouth

-An arts recommender from theater (my "spike")

For context, my 2 teacher recommenders are Civics/Econ and English. Should I send as much additional rec letters as I can, or would that be viewed as "extra"? Is there any college besides Dartmouth/Davidson that cares about peer recs?

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قبل البدء باختيار نوع الأثاث وتصميمه وألوانه والدخول في هذه التفاصيل، يجب تحديد الاحتياجات الشخصية لكلّ مكان في المنزل، فعلى سبيل المثال اختيار أثاث لغرفة نوم لشخصين يختلف عن اختيار أثاث لغرفة نوم لشخص واحد، كما يعتمد اختيار الأثاث بشكل كبير على الأشخاص وطبيعة عملهم وحالتهم الاجتماعية، مثل حاجة الطالب الجامعي إلى مكتب دراسي في غرفة نومه، وحاجة بعض الموظفين إلى مكتب للعمل في المنزل خاصةً الأشخاص الذين يقومون بأعمال مكتبية، ويُمكن تَخيل قضاء يوم كامل في المكان الذي يُراد اختيار أثاث له وحصر الأثاث اللازم وتحديد القطع اللازمة بشكلٍ دقيق.

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