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LOR from Dentistry Professor, Sudanese, African

Updated: Apr 13


Dear Admissions Committee,


It brings me pride to recommend Dr. XXXX for selection to your competitive DDS program for international Dentists. My name is XXXX BDS, MSc. PhD. I am a dentist and Orthodontist who currently serves as the Dean of the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Khartoum. I have known XXXX since I was a Teaching Assistant in the Department of Orthodontics and she was a student in dental school. I witnessed many examples of her outstanding qualities, and careful and persistent work ethics, during the period she studied at the University of Khartoum.


XXXX is the kind of student that a teacher never forgets, her academic performance always at the top of her class and our program is one of the most competitive in Sudan, as well as showing the greatest talent and ease with patients. I have had an opportunity to observe her compassion with her patients and impressive clinical skills, and to evaluate her spectacular knowledge of the subject. She has proven to be eager to learn and I have every confidence that she will continue to succeed in your outstanding program.


XXXX participated in several camps conducted in rural villages in Sudan, providing free dental services to those who do not have access as well as increasing oral hygiene awareness. She was active in organizing events during which she took the whole responsibility and made sure that the events were conducted in a smooth way, winning great appreciation for her efforts.


It would be a pleasure and an honor to provide you with any further information concerning the application of Dr. XXXX to your distinguished doctoral program in dentistry. Especially in light of her keen desire to return to Sudan to help us at some point, I am confident that her acceptance will prove to be a great asset to our entire nation in the not-too-distant future.


Sincerely,


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