A Decline letter of Recommendation Due to not Being a Contemporary

Recently I got your request for a letter of recommendation for your sake as a feature of your application to a master’s degree in the US. It actually quite appreciable of you to consider me, however, I’m apprehensive I’ll need to decline. With so much of the time has passed since you last attended any of my classes or course, I’m too new to your present work to be of any genuine assistance to you. 

As far as I can tell, your institution by and large search for proposals that mirror an understudy’s latest scholastic triumphs. May I propose you approach a couple of instructors of courses you’ve taken inside the previous a few years for a suggestion? They can likely give more value to your motivation than I could. 

On the off chance that I can help you in some other manner, like asking some of your previous colleagues or professors or helping you reach out to them, it would be ideal if you don’t hesitate to inquire. I wish you the best as you plan for your future. 

Regards

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