SOP & LOR
Statement of Purpose (SOP)
The Statement of Purpose (SOP) is an essay that is an important part of each applicant’s overall application. It should be 1000-1500 words long and reflect your personality, bridging the gap between your past experiences and future objectives. SOP submission is now a prerequisite for Under Graduate and Graduate program in universities around the world. We guide you to write a strong SOP and proof read it.
What is the significance of SOP?
The statement of purpose is a direct line of communication between you and the selection committee, as it aids the panel in evaluating your ability and future potential. The essay will cover all parts of your personality, from explaining your flaws to showcasing your strengths and vision. Furthermore, it is considered and reviewed as an academic and professional biography by several of the world’s leading colleges. The importance of a SOP extends beyond university admissions. International students are frequently requested to write a statement of purpose (SOP) for a student visa and a statement of purpose for scholarships/sponsorships.
Letters of Recommendation (LOR)
The LOR is vital for an international candidate since it verifies the claim and allows the admissions committee to learn more about the applicant because they do not usually interview the applicant face-to-face. 2-3 letters of recommendation are suggested, and they must be written on the referee’s or organization’s letterhead, with the appropriate stamp and signature at the bottom. The referee should have some knowledge of the candidate, either academically or professionally. They can be Professor/Manager /Principal /supervisor/employer – He/she should be able to suggest the student based on academic success as well as personal attributes such as analytical, leadership, and communication skills. The LOR should include a realistic appraisal of the applicant’s intellectual capacity as well as evidence of the applicant’s motivation for the course.