Faculty members may ask you to draft your own letter of recommendation. Some may explain that they're too busy. Others may use your letter as a launching point for their own, after reviewing the accomplishments and traits that you highlight. After you provide a letter, some faculty members will draft their own, others will edit it, and others may simply sign the letter.
We urge extreme caution in the case of letters that are essentially written by applicants and submitted without editing. While some applicants view this as a golden opportunity, because of your inexperience writing these letters, you may end up writing one that simply rehashes the content included elsewhere in your application or fails to include the type of content program directors seek. Submitting this type of letter robs you of an opportunity to strengthen your application.
AVOID ERRORS THAT APPLICANTS MAKE
If your attending asks you to draft a letter that will serve to highlight or focus aspects of your experience and personality for their own letter, we can help.
When providing such a draft, you need to maximize the impact of every sentence. You need to highlight specific traits and accomplishments, in a greater depth or from a different angle than what's included in your CV.
We have considerable experience editing letters of recommendation, and we can ensure that your draft letter highlights the type of information that program directors seek.
How It Works
Step 1: Purchase the Service from our online store.
Step 2: We will send you a list of questions for you to answer so that we can create a powerful letter of recommendation.
Step 3: Answers these questions in detail, and then send the information to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 4: Dr. Desai will use this information to create the letter.
Step 5: We will make revisions as needed until you are satisfied.
Please note that this service includes drafting and editing of one letter of recommendation (for a single attending or physician).