How does this email sound to my professor?

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Raam
Asked at 2012-09-13 00:07:03
I'm looking for an extension of a grade summer class . Honestly , all at once a friend of the family died , my team was head ( which is an online class ) , and my work started needing a working day . I will not push that many " excuses " because a teacher is too much information . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus The teacher gave me a C , I have serious 'm fine with consideration of all the circumstances . I , however, believe in attempting more . If I have succeeded, at least I know I did my best. Without sending a letter I know it's not the best of me and I always wonder what my chances were about to get a better score and GPA . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Here is the letter : MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Dear Professor R___ ,
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Answer1count nounAnswered at 2012-09-13 17:47:04
The letter sounds good , but I advise on two facets . One of them , if you can go in person , that is best. Face to face is the best way to convey your sincerity . Second, if you can , write a real letter and mail or deliver it to the teacher. An email is the most impersonal communication ( between face to face , phone mail, e -mail) . You may be better to call versus an email, but if you have to send an email , I think your statement is very professional and very well thought out. Good Luck ! PD - Remove the part of " relying solely on student loans . " This is inferred to quit your job and really is not about the teacher's decision .
Answer2laila01Answered at 2012-09-26 01:40:03
You can try if you want , but the teacher will not like . This is a link to my physics teacher put in place last semester. They want to see you work harder during the semester is not asking for a higher degree at the end . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus http://gtalumni.org/news/ttopics/win96/w
Answer3tapos mitraAnswered at 2012-10-15 02:11:24
.. well ..
Answer4bkayAnswered at 2012-10-22 16:37:17
I think the letter is not too bad . MedlinePlus But ... Do you really quit your job ? ?
Answer5sindyAnswered at 2012-11-02 19:25:27
Well, if I was the professor I would give you a second chance. So ti depends if your professor has a heart or not.
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