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توجه ! این یک نسخه آرشیو شده میباشد و در این حالت شما عکسی را مشاهده نمیکنید برای مشاهده کامل متن و عکسها بر روی لینک مقابل کلیک کنید : توصيه نامه اي كه منجر به گرفتن بورس و پذيرش شد !!!!!



simon
March 13th, 2008, 01:08 AM
سلام. هميشه راجع به توصيه نامه خوب از اساتيد صحبت كرديم و گفتيم كه تاثير خوبي داره . چند نمونه هم دوستان لطف كردن لود كردن . الان داره جواب پذيرش ها مياد و فكر مي كنم هيچي مثل يه نمونه واقعيه توصيه نامه كه منجر به اخذ پذيرش شده ( چه با بورس چه بدون بورس )نمي تونه راهنماي نوشتن اون باشه براي اونايي كه تازه دارن شروع مي كنن. اگه دوستاي خوبي كه پذيرش گرفتن لطف كنن با حذف مشخصات اونها رو اينجا لود كنن و بگن كه از كدوم دانشگاه تونستن پذيرش بگيرن . هم من و هم دوستاي ديگه ممنون مي شيم . :D

amiraliz
March 13th, 2008, 01:20 AM
اگر چه توصیه نامه خوب مطمئنا تو گرفتن پذیرش میتونه موثر باشه، ولی بعید می دونم بشه گفت فلانی فقط به خاطر توصیه نامه خوبش پذیرش گرفته، همیشه یه مجموعه ای از پارامتراست که باعث گرفتن admission میشه، پس به نظرم به جای گشتن به دنبال توصیه نامه خوب باید دنبال پیدا کردن یه package از ویژگی ها باشیم که باعث گرفتن پذیرش یه نفر شده.

tisape
March 13th, 2008, 02:17 AM
به نظر من توصیه نامه تاثیر زیادی تو پذیرش نداره مگر اینکه استاد نویسنده واقعا شناخته شده و دارای شهرت باشه.الن همه admission committee ها میدونند که بچه ها توصیه نامه ها رو به یک سبک و سیاق و همیشه هم با کلی تعریف می گیرند.معدل toefl gre sop و اینا خیلی مهمتره.

vahid1982
March 13th, 2008, 02:23 AM
tisape کاملا درست میگه
در ضمن قرار دادن توصیه نامه تو سایت کار درستی نیست
کافیه 2 نفر از یک توصیه نامه استفاده کنن و مدارکشون بره یه جا اونموقع تاثیرش اگه منفی نشه مثبتم نمیشه.
معمولا توصیه نامه هایی که اساتید ایرانی میدن تنها ارزشش تکمیل کردن مدارک هست. مگر اینکه به قول tisape استاد تو دانشگاههای اونور شناخته شده باشه

simon
March 13th, 2008, 10:03 AM
وحيد جان منظور كپي برداري نبود . منظور ايده گرفتن بود . اساتيد ما ميگن خودتون بنويسيد بياريد . در مورد اينكه مجموعه اي از شرايط لازمه بحثي نيست اما اين يكيشه مگه نه ؟ خوب دوس نداريد نذاريد . باور كنيد اجباري نيست . ;D

meead_s
March 13th, 2008, 12:07 PM
سلام
من بخش "نتایج پذیرش" رو پر کردم. می تونین نمره های زبان و معدل و تعداد مقاله ها و دانشگاه هایی که پذیرش گرفتم و نگرفتم رو هم ببینین. این هم متن یکی از توصیه نامه های من که خیلی خوب بود (البته نمی دونم چه قدر تاثیر داشت)

لطفا ... کپی برداری ممنوع !!!! فقط ایده بگیرید !!!

August 25, 2007





To Whom It May Concern,

I am writing to you in support of Mr. Meead Saberi Kalaee and his desire to attend Transportation Engineering program of University of Minnesota.

I first met Mr. Saberi in 2004 while I was serving as Dean of Engineering Faculty and he was a freshman working in Civil Engineering Students Scientific Association. His early activities in Students Scientific Association and his cooperation with other students groups and faculty members in arrangement of seminars and educational trips for students, highly reflect his scholar intent. Besides of his extracurricular activities, he had high scores in his classes as he was ranked the third top student.

I later met Mr. Saberi in my Hydrology course during the spring semester of 2005 and in Application of Statistics and Probabilistic Models in Civil Engineering course during the fall semester of 2006. Compared to the class average of 13/20 in Statistics and Probabilistic Models course, Mr. Saberi earned 16.25/20 grade in the class which was in the top 10%.

He was also involved in several research projects under supervision of faculty members. His publications clearly show his interest in doing research. In fact, he is the only undergraduate student in the department who has published his papers in international conferences. I concede that his research capabilities and writing skills are as qualified as a graduate student. His efforts in doing research and writing paper were not limited to himself. He cheerfully encouraged other students to start doing so. Foundation of The Student Journal of Civil Engineering of Ferdowsi University was a result of his attempts which was highly appreciated.

Mr. Saberi continues to impress me with his knowledge, personal characteristics, social skills and dedication to his work. Now that he has decided to continue his education in a graduate program, I have no doubt to strongly recommend him to your graduate school. Feel free to contact me if you require further information.

Sincerely,

Mohammad B. Sharifi, Ph.D
Assistant Professor
Department of Civil Engineering
Faculty of Engineering

zohre
March 13th, 2008, 12:22 PM
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This letter is intended to serve as a college recommendation for Ezra Edlarruti. I have been acquainted with Ezra for four years but came to know him well last year, as he was in the one class that I taught, a thirteen-student junior English class.

Last spring, while he was singing the lead in "The Marriage of Figaro, " Ezra became especially interested in a short story that we read as a class, Albert Camus's "The Guest." It is a challenging story for any reader, and Ezra became interested in the subtleties of interpreting it, especially in the difficulties inherent in the translation of such a story. What did Camus really mean to say and how might his intentions have been compromised by its English translation? Ezra read the original, French, version of the story and then wrote a superb analysis of the compromises inherent in its English translation. His essay was flawless -- his wording apt, and his analysis insightful, logical and comprehensive. Some of our English faculty can't write so well.

Students and faculty often remark that Ezra is blessed with considerable talent. What many of them overlook is how hard Ezra works to cultivate his talent, whether it be the development of his beautiful voice for an operatic performance or of his writing skills as he works through an essay. I know of the effort that he put into book reviews of _1984_ and _Animal Farm_ because he shared early drafts with me. I also appreciate the time that he put into his analysis of "The Guest" because he stopped by periodically to share his enthusiasm for the project and his progress with it.

In over twenty-five years of teaching, I have known other students with talent equivalent to Ezra's. Many of them lacked his good nature and humility, and few demonstrated the genuine intellectual curiosity that Ezra has exhibited over and over -- a curiosity that is often accompanied by his excitement or enthusiasm for an idea, an author, a literary work or the lead role in a challenging operatic performance.

When I decided to set up a debate on Henry David Thoreau's "Civil Disobedience, " regarding the role of government in our lives today, in an effort to have the class appreciate more fully the contemporary implications of Thoreau's sophisticated essay, it was Ezra who was most helpful in creating a resolution that would lead to that appreciation. Ezra, to no one's surprise, then agreed to argue on any side of the debate.

Ezra is a motivated young man of numerous talents and considerable self-discipline. He is fun-loving, likable, enthusiastic, trusting and trustworthy.

Gary Youstis