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Assessment of a student's academic education which appears as a quantitative or descriptive form.

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It really depends on how the professor knows you. If the professor only knew you "after the change", the letter might say "I am aware of student's relatively low grades during the first few years …
answered Sep 25 '18 by cag51
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I would strongly suggest not sending this mail. I'll give some specific feedback below, but in general, it is very distasteful when students complain about their grades when they don't even know why … with him/her, at which point you can listen while they explain why you got the grades you got. At this point you can politely ask for clarification or politely request they reconsider certain …
answered Sep 10 '18 by cag51