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In capacity as Professor of Mathematics at Fudan University?I'm writing to recommend Mr. Wang?Gesintosyour PhD program in Computer Science. I have known Mr. Wang since his sophomore year of college?and have acted as his thesis advisor and mentor. In my experience?he is a gifted and diligent student?and an admirably hard worker.
Wang is an impressive student because he has been forced to overcome the significant challenge of a serious illness during his freshman year. When I first met Wang in my Discrete Math class?he did not appear to be anything special to me. While his exam scores were good?they were not as high as I would now expect of him. What I didn't know then was that due to his illness?Wang was attempting to take all of the difficult early mathematics courses at one time?including Discrete Mathematics?Advanced Mathematics?Linear Al安徽治疗癫痫好医院,癫痫怎么治gebra?and Possibilities. While most students found preparing for just one set of these exams difficult?Wang was overwhelmed by four of them. But in the end?he achieved an impressive score on the final exam?which made me conscious of his unusual determination he demonstrates when confronting difficult challenges.
Mr. Wang and I have often talked about a variety of mathematics and computer science concepts and problems. During these discussions?I always found him to be delightfully intelligent. Not only does he quickly understand the concepts and problems presented to him?he is able to analyze these problems and present solutions. But perhaps most important is that Wang's thinking is intensely rigorous. When looking at any question?he carefully scrutinizes it and if he finds any uncertain issues?he clears them up immediately. I believe this kind of thought is essential to become an excellent computer programmer.
Serving as his thesis advisor?I had a first-hand opportunity to observe the way in which Wang's mind works. In his senor thesis?Mr. Wang mainly discussed two challenging questions in regards to″ANN″. In our books in China?knowledge of ANN and its uses are very rare. Few people in China have studied this topic and consequently?the materials that are available on AN武汉有能治疗好癫痫病的医院吗N are limited. Working on this difficult project?not only did Mr. Wang rise to the challenge?but he went above and beyond the call of duty to analyze his secondary sources and test them for accuracy in practice. In this way?he found mistakes in the book that we use. His diligence and hard work made me extremely proud of him.
Mr. Wang is an intelligent?motivated?and industrious individual. Teaching and advising him has been a delightful pleasure. I know that if given the chance to study abroad in America?he will arm himself to become a great programmer he dreams of being. He has the intelligence and background to achieve these goals - now all he needs is the opportunity. I ask that you look upon his application favorably and grant him a chance to study in your university.
Professor Zhang Hua
School of Management
4th Floor, Fa Xue Lou
P. R. China
I strongly recommend Miss Li for admission to your graduate program. She has proven herself an excellent student not only in my class but also in other major courses.
She was 得了癫痫病能不能喝酒?a former student of mine in the course of Mathematical Analysis during the second semester of the academic year 1991-1992. She is brilliant and she capability of abstract reasoning is above most of her peers. I still remember it was always she who first raised her hand and answered the difficult questions. Apart from this, she was eager to learn and always had many new ideas out of my expectations, some of which reflected her originality and independent thought. At the end of course, she achieved a high score of 98 and surpassed all the other students in the class.
In my 30-year teaching career, Miss Li is an unusual student with surprising stamina and perseverance toward goals. Just depending on this fine quality, she—a girl born in a small mountain village—has grown up to be an outstanding student in a famous university step by step.
Miss Li not only shows energy and initiative in her work, but she is also flexible and adaptable. She possesses an outgoing personality which will assist in her greatly in adapting herself to a long term of overseas study.All in all, she is quite qualified for graduate study and your admission of her application will be highly rewarded.
Senior Professor of Mathematics