Urbana, IL asked in Uncategorized for Illinois

Q: I wrote a letter of reference to me on behalf of my professor, he gave me authorization to write the letter.

Because of a miscommunication I sent the letter but he wanted to send the letter and not me.. Now he contacted the program where I sent the letter and they are contacting me.. Am I in risk of being in a big trouble? How can I defend myself?

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Burton A. Padove
Burton A. Padove
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  • Highland, IN
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A: I dont know what big trouble means. However, if the letter is truthful, you should be bale to explain it as a miscommunication.

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