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Thread: Is it ok to ask 3 reference letters to the same person?

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24-Dec-18, 08:59
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posted about 2 months ago
Thanks rewt for the response. I did inform that im applying to 3 universities and that they will receive 3 separate requests but I haven’t heard from one of them. I hope my application gets all three references by the deadline.

Thread: Is it ok to ask 3 reference letters to the same person?

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18-Dec-18, 14:47
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Hi! Can anyone please tell what they did if they have similar issue? I don’t have any undergrad referees so I have asked my Master’s supervisor and assistant professor and they have agreed. However, I am hesitant to ask them to write three letters as I will be applying to 3 universities. Is it too much to ask? But I don’t have any other option. What should I do?

Thread: Is it necessary to send research proposal to the prospective supervisors?

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29-Nov-18, 04:00
by Sangi
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posted about 3 months ago
Hi rewt! Thanks for the response. I did contact her but unfortunately she is unable to take up students. She also said that my topic sounds interesting and that she could have meetings but not full supervision so I should ask other professors. I’m not sure what she meant by ‘could have meetings’ though.

Thread: Is it necessary to send research proposal to the prospective supervisors?

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27-Nov-18, 18:47
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posted about 3 months ago
Hi! I plan to apply for PhD this year and I have heard that contacting a prospective supervisor is encouraged in UK universities. My research proposal is progressing and I want to contact a supervisor to check if he/she is interested in new students or my research plan. Could anyone please suggest if it’s ok not to send the full proposal the first time but just an email mentioning my research interests and academic achievements? Also, I want to know if there are any cases where prospective supervisors were able to direct the applicants to some new project or opportunities within their interests. Thanks in advance.
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