IELTS Top Scorers Omkar Kale - Band 7, Padmaja Kanade - Band 7, Akash Evans - Band 7.5, Hrushikesh Bhosale - Band 7.5 Congratulations...!! GMAT Top Scores Fazal Ahmed - 760, Dinesh Goteti - 750, Binay Singh - 740, Arun Agarwal - 720, Harmeet Singh - 700 Congratulations...!! GRE Scores Nishigandha - 320, Ayushi Jain - 317, Rajesh Subramanyam - 316, Rupesh Kothari - 315 Congratulations...!!
Star performers Magnus
Fazal Ahmed-760,
Dinesh Goteti- 750,
Arun Agarwal- 720
Harmeet Singh-700
score on GMAT..

Binay Singh
Binay Singh scores 740 on GMAT on 8th July'10 Congratulations
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Rushi & Rahul Bansal
Rushi & Rahul Bansal score 1400 & 1340 respectively on GRE
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Outstanding results

Outstanding results by our students Vivelk,Satyajit and Abhinav Sinha score 1420,1420 & 1390 respectively on GRE congratulations !!

Letter of Recommendation (LOR)

A letter of recommendation is a letter that makes a statement of support for a candidate. This letter should present a well-documented evaluation, providing sufficient evidence and information to help an admission committee get a better picture of you and your potential.

Letters of recommendation show that people in your life respect your skills and accomplishments and are willing to say so in writing and sign their names. That's actually quite wonderful.


Nearly every graduate program requires applicants to submit letters of recommendation. While your transcript, standardized test scores, and personal statement are vital components to your application, an excellent letter of recommendation can make up for weaknesses in any of these areas. In fact, highly competitive programs may simply use these scores as a screening device to reduce the size of their applicant pool. In such a situation, letters of recommendation can be extremely important.

Here we will talk and help about how to obtain the best letters of recommendation in as painless a way as possible.


Advice on Letters of Recommendation

In general, the best letters of recommendation are from people who:

  • Have worked with you closely (e.g., a research supervisor)
  • Have known you long enough to write with authority (e.g., academic advisor)
  • Have relevant expertise (e.g., professors in the case of academic applications)
  • Are senior and well known (e.g., a departmental chair)
  • Have a positive opinion of you and your abilities
  • Have a warm and supportive personal style