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    Hello, could some one post an reference letter from a teacher to a student? I've searched all over the Internet but all I managed to find was reference letters from employers.
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    I think it would be difficult for someone to post their own teacher reference letter? A lot of colleges/sixth forms don't actually allow students to view their references - my own doesn't, though I've coaxed my tutor into letting me read mine. If you are on good terms with your tutor try to ask to see your own - it's bound to be a much better read than a reference for a stranger?
    May I ask why you're curious to read one? ^^
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    (Original post by Jakucevicius)
    Hello, could some one post an reference letter from a teacher to a student? I've searched all over the Internet but all I managed to find was reference letters from employers.
    If you are looking for guidance about what your referee should include, look here.
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    (Original post by Jakucevicius)
    Hello, could some one post an reference letter from a teacher to a student? I've searched all over the Internet but all I managed to find was reference letters from employers.
    I think these are good examples: http://www.aimhighernorthamptonshire...references.asp
    There's also a really good one with explanations as well as examples from Keele, I'm adding this as an attachment since the actual file isn't online anymore.
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    thanks a lot
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    (Original post by Peregrinum)
    I think these are good examples: http://www.aimhighernorthamptonshire...references.asp
    There's also a really good one with explanations as well as examples from Keele, I'm adding this as an attachment since the actual file isn't online anymore.
    Those are extremely useful - many thanks for posting them
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    You're all welcome!
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    (Original post by awe)
    A lot of colleges/sixth forms don't actually allow students to view their references - my own doesn't, though I've coaxed my tutor into letting me read mine.
    Well, according to the University of Exeter website:

    "When writing a reference, [teachers should] remember that, under the Data Protection Act, any student can ask for a copy of the reference and any other personal information that we have about them."

    Your school shouldn't be disallowing you to see your own references...!
 
 
 
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