Choose recommenders who demonstrate the qualities that make you a good candidate for higher education. Maintain contact with potential recommenders. MS admission requires a research mind set and critical thinking.
The recommender must highlight the applicant's achievements, personality, academic performance, and extracurricular accomplishments covering researcher skills and classroom performance.
Recommender speaks about the applicant's various accomplishments
Provide all relevant information, such as your CV, lists of your academic GPAs and achievements, volunteer/extracurricular activities, and the deadline for them to submit the letter.
Give the recommender relevant information
The recommender must provide examples of the applicant's qualities related to a research project or discussion in the LOR to provide a better idea to the University admission panel.
Letters should contain examples
The recommender should discuss your progress and how you capitalize on personal strengths while addressing weaknesses to keep realistic LOR.
LOR should demonstrate your progress over time
The letter should not be overly dry
A strong letter will emphasize the candidate while avoiding clichés. Furthermore, each LOR's style and content should be distinct without interfering with the format.
Admission committees can quickly tell if the same person wrote your LOR or if it was plagiarized. As a result, avoid blindly copying the content or LOR format.