Hello all.
I've been having a lot of difficulty finding my LOR's. My main question is if it's alright to use a math professor. I was thinking of asking either a Math Modeling professor with whom I got an A, or my Abstract Algebra (might as well be called group theory) professor, though I've only had the latter for about half a semester. I also was thinking of asking a french professor whom I've had for almost 2 years now.
My LOR's are not going to be super steller aside from one physics research professor. Do you think it'd be wise to ask a math and/or a french professor? Or should I just find a physics professor and figure it out from there?
Letter from a math or french professor?
Re: Letter from a math or french professor?
I'd rather go with the math modeling professor if he knows you well enough to write you that letter.
Re: Letter from a math or french professor?
A letter from a professor in French who cannot comment on your ability in physics is completely useless. The math professors could be useful, especially if your intended area involves math (theoretical/computational physics).

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Re: Letter from a math or french professor?
Defo go math.
Re: Letter from a math or french professor?
Awesome, thanks for the help you guys.
My Modeling professor I worked with on our major project regarding bubble dynamics, so that should hopefully attest to my skill in dynamical systems or something.
Thanks all!
My Modeling professor I worked with on our major project regarding bubble dynamics, so that should hopefully attest to my skill in dynamical systems or something.
Thanks all!