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  • How to write a Reference Letter ? Mungunsaran
  • Reference Letter
    • Extraction
    • Reference Letter
    • Structure of reference letters
    • Reference letter sample
    • Requesting a Reference letter
    • Tips
  • Extraction
    • Until the early 1980s, some people tend to be candid and were painfully honest. To express it they started to write employment reference to their employers.
  • Reference Letter Originally "reference letters" were general factual statements about someone and/or their situation that did not make any specific recommendation about the person. Normally, letters of reference include character reference letters and employment reference letters.
  • Structure of reference letters Salutation If you are writing a personal letter of reference, include a salutation (Dear Dr. Smith, Dear Mr. Jones, etc.).
    • Paragraph 1
    • The first paragraph of the reference letter explains your connection to the person you are recommending, including how you know them, and why you are qualified to write a reference letter to recommend employment or graduate school.
    • Paragraph 2
    • The second paragraph contains specific information on the person you are writing about, including why they are qualified, what they can contribute, and why you are providing a reference letter.
    • Paragraph 3
    • When writing a specific letter referring a candidate for a particular job opening, the reference letter will include information on how the person’s skills match the position they are applying for.
    • Summary
    • This section contains a brief summary of why you are recommending the person. State that you “highly recommend” the person or you “recommend without reservation”.
    • Conclusion
    • The concluding paragraph contains an offer to provide more information. Include a phone number within the paragraph, include the phone number and email address in the return address section of the letter, or in your signature.
  • Reference letter sample To Whom it May Concern: I am writing this reference at the request of Mungunsaran who is applying for the Telecommunication Company. I have the pleasure of knowing Mungunsaran for 2 years in my school. During the years of our acquaintance, I have known Mungunsaran in many capacities. She has been my student since 2 years ago. She took English from me and earned superior grades in this class. She has also been involved with a variety of tasks at my English competition. Mungunsaran is an intelligent, capable, and personable young woman. She is organized, efficient, extremely competent. Her communication skills, both written and verbal, are excellent. Her experiences have included working on microsoft. In summary, I highly recommend Mungunsaran for this Company. She will be a positive addition to the company. She will be a valuable asset for any organization. If you would like to discuss this further, please feel to contact me. Sincerely, G. Bayarmaa
  • Requesting a Reference letter
    • Ask for Reference letter from people who know you and your capabilities (former employers, teachers, coaches, influential friends). Relatives are not a good choice.
    • Be sure to give the people you ask enough time to write the reference letter (a week to 10 days should be sufficient)
    • Tell the people who agree to write letters for you about your goals and what they could write that would help you to achieve those goals. Don’t be shy. A reference letter is a sales letter that is intended to sell you.
    • In your letter it may be helpful to suggest specific phrases or sentences that the writer could put in your letter.
  • Tips
    • If you don’t feel comfortable writing a reference letter, don’t. A vague or fabricated letter might do more harm than good.
    • Type your reference letter in a standard business format.
    • Keep it brief .
    • Try not to mention about your religion, race and sex.
  • Thank you for your attention!