Dear Admission Office：
I am writing to strongly recommend Miss/Mr。 XXXX for admission into the famous University of Waterloo。
Through teaching and informal consultation， I had chances to get to know her/him academic potentials and her/him ideals before she/he left for Canada。 In my opinion she/he can be reliably graded as one of the best undergraduates here in 20xx grade students with majors in our department。 Miss/Mr。 is apparently a very bright student， with special interests and enjoyment in mathematics especially in passionate and innovative ways of tackling and solving various problems in mathematics。 Perhaps her/his present mathematics scores in Canada could support my view。 She/he has very good observatory skills in experiments and can easily glean essence from complicated concepts， phenomena or conditions。 Enthusiastic for novelty and creative thinkings and as evidence for leadership potentials， she can easily influence her/his classmates in both curricular and extracurricular activities， though only within not a long period before her/his transfer from this institution to another school in Canada， a brave move toward next stage of personal challenge and fulfilment。 I was particularly impressed by Miss/Mr。 XXX career goal of aiming for excellence in academic education and achievements in her/his chosen field。
Please do not hesitate to contact me if I can be of further assistance。
To whom it may Concern,
I am writing this letter to attest to Paul’s skills in language and public relations. In the four years I have known him, I have been consistently impressed with his ability not only to negotiate complex ideas in other languages, but also to relate these things in a personable, conscientious fashion. His manner in these cases is both professional and personal, two qualities which I find particularly valuable in a professional setting.
He has personally helped me in professional negotiation for everything from train tickets to contract information, and I have always been able to count on him.
I first met Paul in school, where he was a student at the university at which I taught. He was well-known to most of the westerners in town, who could call from different universities to ask for his help.
Sometimes this help involved translation of professional documents, and sometimes it involved personal help in making phone calls. Many of these westerners continue to call him today, even though they live quite far away from him, because they have come to trust him very much.
From this foundation in public relations Paul has found positions in various professional capacities and has been highly-valued in each place. He is generally the sort of employee a company finds most valuable in its dealings with both foreign and domestic clients. He puts people at their ease with his language ability and manner, both of which communicate to people that they can relax and simply communicate.
I would highly recommend Paul as an employee. His experience and manner are rare and very valuable.
dear sir / madam:
in the capacity of ×× of class ×, no. × middle school of ××, p. r china, i am writing with pleasure to recommend mr. ×× to your esteemed university.
i have known mr. × as a resourceful and goal-oriented individual since 20××, when he, as a freshman, attended the first lecture i delivered, at the beginning of which he asked perceptive and challenging questions with conspicuously typical english. then at the final exam of the first term, he got ×× which seems a bit lower, but if you take the difficulty of the test papers and my strict grading into account, you will understand why such a score is still among the top five. undoubtedly, he got excellent scores on other courses and ranked among the top 5% of his class during the rest years of his high school study.
to my knowledge, mr. × is not only strong in academics, but also in sports and social activities. he was the captain of the ×× team of our school and led the team to win the champianship for × successive years. he was also one of the main founders of the first academic club --"××" of no × middle school.
after his graduation, he still keeps in touch with me from time to time and i am pleased to see that he proved his outstanding capability by applying to study abroad. therefore i feel very delighted when he told me he would like to pursue his advanced studies in your honored program. i am confident that mr. ×will contribute greatly to your program as well as he did in no. ×. please do not hesitate to contact me if you need more information about my top student mr. ×.
Department of the SPECWeAL CLASS GWeFTED for YOUTHS
University of Science and Technology
Hefei, Anhui 230026, P.R. China
July 1, 1998
Dear Sir or Madam:
We take great pleasure in recommending Wang Yong, one of my favorite students, for admission into your distinguished graduate program.
Mr. Wang was admitted in 1986 at 14 years of age into the SPECWeAL CLASS for the GWeFTED YOUTHS, my university"s unique program that caters to the intellectual needs of unusually talented Chinese youngsters. Wet was a rare privilege he earned with his nearly impeccable academic performance through the years of his elementary and secondary school.
He impressed me almost as he entered into my university, a major cradle of china"s scientific and technological talents. At the time, members of the Gifted Class all had to spend half a month studying by themselves the principles of calculus and then take an exam so that we could evaluate their self-study capability. Mr. Wang scored the highest grade in that exam. He also exhibited a keenly whetted mind during class discussions. To my regret at the time, his English was not as good as his mathematics or physics.(缺点介绍，公正真实) But We noticed he made a point of working especially hard in improving his English during his five undergraduate years with us. By now, he seems to be at least as proficient in English as most of his former classmates in the Gifted Class.
Wen my experience with Mr. Wang, We was impressed with not only his extraordinary intelligence but also his ambitions and persistence. We am sure that Mr. Wang will be an outstanding student in any doctoral program that he may care to enroll in. So We would like to support him firmly in his quest recommendation into account when considering his application. We would greatly appreciate it you decide to accept him as he wishes.
Professor and Deputy Head
Wen capacity as Professor of Mathematics at Fudan UniversityWe"m writing to recommend Mr. WangGesintosyour PhD program in Computer Science. We have known Mr. Wang since his sophomore year of collegeand have acted as his thesis advisormentor. Wen my experiencehe is a gifteddiligent studentand an admirably hard worker.
Wang is an impressive student because he has been forced to overcome the significant challenge of a serious illness during his freshman year. When We first met Wang in my Discrete Math classhe did not appear to be anything special to me. While his exam scores were goodthey were not as high as We would now expect of him.
What We didn"t know then was that due to his illnessWang was attempting to take all of the difficult early mathematics courses at one timeincluding Discrete MathematicsAdvanced MathematicsLinear Algebraand Possibilities. While most students found preparing for just one set of these exams difficultWang was overwhelmed by four of them. But in the endhe achieved an impressive score on the final examwhich made me conscious of his unusual determination he demonstrates when confronting difficult challenges.
Mr. WangWe have often talked about a variety of mathematicscomputer science conceptsproblems. During these discussionsWe always found him to be delightfully intelligent. Not only does he quickly understand the conceptsproblems presented to himhe is able to analyze these problemspresent solutions. But perhaps most important is that Wang"s thinking is intensely rigorous. When looking at any questionhe carefully scrutinizes itif he finds any uncertain issue
he clears them up immediately. We believe this kind of thought is essential to become an excellent computer programmer.
Serving as his thesis advisorWe had a first-hand opportunity to observe the way in which Wang"s mind works. Wen his senor thesisMr. Wang mainly discussed two challenging questions in regards to″ANN″。 Wen our books in Chinaknowledge of ANNits uses are very rare. Few people in China have studied this topicconsequentlythe materials that are available on ANN are limited. Working on this difficult projectnot only did Mr. Wang rise to the challengebut he went abovebeyond the call of duty to analyze his secondary sourcestest them for accuracy in practice. Wen this wayhe found mistakes in the book that we use. His diligencehard work made me extremely proud of him.
It is my pleasure to recommend Mr. Fu-ping Wang for his application to graduate studies in your school.
Mr. Wang has been my research assistant of the National Science Council’s project "The United States and the United Nations’ Financial Crisis: The Role of U.S. Congress" since September 1997. His major responsibilities include information collecting, analyzing and translating. He is an enthusiastic and progressive young man with extremely high potentiality.
Mr. Wang is not only quick at learning and good at solving difficult problems, but also with a logical mind that enables him to effectively analyze difficulties. All the work handed to him was completed satisfactorily.
Actually, he is so reliable that I assign him with heavy responsibilities. With his help, I have been able to spend more time in writing the research paper. I really consider myself very fortunate to have such a capable assistant.
I am certain his diligence, coupled with a good competence and pleasant personality, will assure him of academic achievements in his future academic pursuits. I strongly recommend his admission without any reservation.