Subject: One of your students would like a letter of recommendation
I am Joe and I am in your class. I have recent apply for a scholarship because I intend to further my studies and attempt to achieve a Master’s degree. Therefor I have applied for this program to obtain some experience in research however, I am require to provide them a letter of recommendation from a science or engineering faculty member that must be summited to the address or e-mail that I provide in the bottom by August the 3rd and I would like to know if it were possible for you to help me. If it is not I still appreciate you time and I thank you for that. Sincerely, Joe
I would be happy to work with you on this. This is a wise decision on your part, and will pay excellent dividends later in life.
However, I will need a favor in return. Please see: http://lowery.tamu.edu/recommend
Also, please be more careful on your grammar and spelling than shown below, or they will think I don’t really care much about your success.
“I have recent apply” (I have recently applied)
“and attempt to achieve” (and am attempting to achieve)
“experience in research however” (experience in research. However,)
“I am require to provide” (required)
“that I provide” (that I am providing)
“appreciate you time” (your)
Your last sentence has 65 words in it. That’s far too many. Cut it into smaller pieces.
Now I realize that email is a rough and dirty media, and that’s OK since I know what you mean and no one else will see it. But I won’t have time to carefully edit out misspellings and grammatical errors in your next communication with me, and such errors could seriously affect your chance of success.
Good luck on your application,