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Published Aug 23,2018 By Alfredo Picado

If I buy the DIY package, can I use those letters and just change my info and submit them? or this is plagiarism?

I know lawyers have a rubric that they send out to for references, so the intended people just have to signed

Or in other words, can I take 80-90-100% of the the info included in the letters in the DIY and used it for my self?


Alfredo Picado

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Tigran Kalaydzhyan
Tigran Kalaydzhyan
5 years ago

Hi Alfredo,

It does not make sense to copy-paste big parts of the recommendation letters, because the main body consists of the substance of the research conducted by the applicant. There is also other information that is different from person to person, such as the relation to the author of the letter. However, it makes sense to copy the key phrases from those letters and the structure of the letter. The point of the collection is to give an idea of the multitude of ways the letters can be written.

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