g1234 Posted September 18, 2017 Share Posted September 18, 2017 I have researched all I can find on this topic on the forums, but I find myself still unsure about whether it would be better to ask for a letter from a university professor who taught our kid for one semester and loved her, or from a music teacher who has taught her for five years and so has a long history with her. The professor has the credentials of a university behind her and can speak to her love of learning and her commitment in a class setting, and the music teacher has more longevity with her and knows her better as a person but can't speak to her specific academic program or performance. Both would write good letters. Does anyone have an idea of who the NM people would rather hear from? Or are we overthinking this and it doesn't matter? Thanks for any thoughts! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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