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in this context, what does the word "organized" mean? Being asked to write a recommendation letter can make you feel good about yourself. It means that the person requesting the recommendation thinks highly of you and your accomplishments. Keep in mind, however, that recommendations say as much about you as they do about the person you are recommending. If you say they are organized when they are not or that they are responsible when they are not, then this reflects just as poorly on you as it does on them. That is, it does you no good at all. Thus, it is best to write recommendation letters only for those you think reliable and trustworthy. --- If you say they are organized in this context, what does the word "organized" mean? Please! Thanks!
Feb 7, 2014 10:00 PM
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If someone is organized, he or she is orderly and structured. For example, people who are organized keep schedules of appointments and keep certain documents in designated locations, such as files in a filing cabinet. The rooms of their homes, or possibly their office at work, are clean and everything can be found easily.
February 7, 2014
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