Our experts will prepare academic or Company LORs based on your profile and preferences!
Rs. 4999 for 2 days
🠪 LOR/s Draft Preparation & Delivery
🠪 Student Review
🠪 SOP Finalization & Final Draft Delivery
Delivery File Format
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We use anti-plagiarism software to ensure you get high-quality, unique SOPs.
Our writers are English grammar geeks.
We may choose to opt for Academic or Work LORs.
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Letter of Recommendation (LOR)
Letter of Recommendation (LOR) is a certification of your academic qualifications as assessed by your teacher. It can also be an assessment of your professional skills when it is given by your manager or immediate supervisor in your company. Regardless of what you may read on the internet, LORs are highly valued in Germany. So make sure you get this one right.
Regardless of the course that you are applying for, you will be asked to send a Letter of Recommendation (LOR) along with your application to the university.
Who Should Apply for LOR Writing
LOR Writing works best for you in any one of these cases:
You have written your SOP but looking for feedback and evaluation by professional writers.
You wish to enhance the quality of your SOP and need inputs to improve it further.
You are unsure if the quality of your SOP matches the academic standards as set by the USA.
You are looking for expert opinion and feedback on language usage, grammar and content relevance.
How Can LOR Writing Help You
LOR Writing can help you in several ways:
Improves overall Profile Evaluation Score - 5-25 points.
You will get a clear idea of whether your SOP meets the current academic standards.
A professionally reviewed SOP will most significantly increase your chances of securing an admission.
Plagiarism is the "wrongful appropriation" and "stealing and publication" of another author's "language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions" and the representation of them as one's own original work. Plagiarism is considered academic dishonesty and is number one cause for the low evaluation scores for LORs.