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Good Adjectives or Phrases on Recommendations?

ZesterZester Registered User Posts: 649 Member
edited October 2008 in College Admissions
My teachers have a packet that I have to fill out, and there they ask what 3 adjectives or phrases you'd like to see in the recommendation letter describing yourself.

Yet, I can't seem to think of anything that colleges would find sticking out through the recommendation, so what do you guys think would be good adjectives or phrases that would help any college applicant.

This thread could be used for anyone who has a similar teacher recommendation form ^^

Obviously most people would want to sound unique, diverse, and hard working, but I'm sure there would be other adjectives and better eloquently written phrases explaining that.
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