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Annie C. Myers
2098 Traders Alley
Kansas City, MO 64106
June 1, 2010
Admissions Office & Enrolment
Community College of Higher Learning
Kansas City, MO 92881
Dear Sir/ Madam,
RE: Letter of Intent
I am writing to inform you of my intention to enroll into your prestigious College for the Medical
Assistant program which I read from your advertising leaflet.

I am current working part-time in a clinic and involved in the daily administration. I enjoy
meeting the people and the work in this medical line. Hence, I would like to pursue a course such
as a Medical Assistant program to help me pursue a more rewarding career in the medical arena.
I am only a high school graduate with some odd job experience. I graduated from high school 3
years ago. Attached are a copy of my last transcript for your perusal and a copy of reference from my
current work place. My current employer is very supportive of my intention for further myself in this
I hope you will consider my intention favorably and inform me quickly of admission procedures.
Thank you.
Yours truly,
Annie Myers

Kent Stiller
42 Dove Drive
Wood Dale, IL 69931
August 10, 2010
Graduate School Office
Detroit Graduate Law School
1123 Tully Street
Detroit, MI 48219
Dear Sirs
RE: Letter of intent for Graduate School
I am currently working as a legal assistant in an established law firm in Detroit.
Having been exposed to the many intriguing legal cases at work, I am highly intrigued to be more
involved in this field. Hence, I am writing to state my intention to further my studies at your
prestigious law school in Detroit. Many of my esteemed seniors at work highly recommend your
graduate law school.

I was a business degree graduate from New York University with 4 years of legal experience
after 2 years of small business exposure in the retail industry.
I would be delighted if you can offer me a placement in your law program at the next intake.
Thank you.
Yours sincerely,
Kent Stiller


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Dr. Merrill Yates
Dean of the College of Graduate Studies
Arizona State University
411 N. Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Dear Dean Yates,
I am writing to inform you of my interest in the Masters of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Program at Arizona State University. I have submitted my application with applicable
I currently hold my Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Washington State
University (WSU), having graduated cum laude with a GPA of 3.76. While attending WSU, I
participated in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Lighter than Air UAV competition,
scoring third place with a team of fellow student engineers.
I developed an interest in engineering and technology in high school, having spent my junior
and senior years in the Aerospace Science and Technology program at Rainier Beach High
School. During my time in the program, I learned a great deal about the interworking of engines
and airfoils. This convinced me to apply to the Aerospace Engineering program at WSU. This
program allowed me to study many different subjects, including physics, aerodynamics,
mathematics, and fluid dynamics.
In addition to my demonstrated skills in the design and engineering of aircraft, I also spent two
years as an undergraduate researcher. During my time as a researcher, I studied fluid flow of
magnetic particles suspended in a viscous fluid. As a result of my research, I was able to
publish a paper titled Magnetic Particles in Viscous Fluid Flow with Dr. Thomas Roundtree.
Given my education and experience, I am confident that I am an excellent fit for the ASU MSME
program. I have researched the program and determined that the coursework and research
profile of the college are a strong match. If you have any further questions, please contact me
using the information at the top of this letter.
John Smith

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