Hopefully the above sample letter of intent for graduate school helped you gain a clearer picture of what you need to write. Once you’ve finished, carefully review your draft for spelling errors, typos, grammar, and punctuation. It’s also important to ensure you have all the correct and complete information. Easy-to-miss details, like the wrong name of the recipient or school, could damage your chances of consideration. Check that these are correct, and that your main body content stays on-message. Finally, make sure your letter content is organized in a logical way for a reader.
Give legitimate reasons why you would attend this school over any other school. Include any memorable moments from your interview. If you really enjoyed your time with your interviewer, mention that as well. There might be aspects of the school that would really mesh with your personality or learning style. You can talk about the vision, mission, or certain emphasis of the school and how it resonates with you. Ultimately, you need to explain what makes you a distinct candidate that will fit into their school. Highlight some accomplishments that may make you unique.
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