When writing a letter seeking advice from a family member regarding college admission, it's important to be clear, respectful, and express gratitude for their guidance. Start by addressing the family member affectionately and explaining the reason for writing. Clearly state your intention to seek their advice and mention your interest in pursuing a particular subject. Provide details about the colleges you're considering and express your need for their input. Conclude the letter with warm regards and anticipation of their response.

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Letter to Seek Guidance on College Admission from Family Member

Date: __ /__ /____ (Date)

From,
_______________ (Name),
_______________ (Address)

Dear __________ (Mom/Dad/Brother/Sister),

I hope you are doing well. I am doing great here.

It had been a long time, I had not written as I was really engaged in school work. We were supposed to submit a lot of projects in the last month; moreover, my exams are due in the coming months.

I want exclusive advice from you today because it’s about my college. Yes, I know it’s a huge step, but I really want your blessings, guidance as well as your experience while choosing the college and the state for my higher studies.

I want to pursue __________ (Subject) in my bachelors, as I think; I am scoring well in the related subject.

Moreover, it is really important to have your blessings and guidance. I have some of the options in mind and they are _____________ (Share your options in detail).

Please do write back and let me know what is best for me. I think I will be able to go ahead with the above-mentioned plan of mine. But, I really need your help.

Waiting for your letter, Give my love to everyone at home.

Lovingly,
______________ (Name),
______________ (Signature)

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FAQs

  • Q: How should I address my family member in the letter seeking college advice?
    • A: Address your family member affectionately, using terms like "Mom," "Dad," "Brother," or "Sister," depending on your relationship with them.
  • Q: Is it necessary to explain the reason for not writing to the family member earlier in the letter?
    • A: Providing a brief explanation for the delay in communication can help maintain transparency and set the context for reaching out for advice.
  • Q: What details should I include about the colleges I'm considering in the letter?
    • A: Mention specific colleges or universities you are interested in, along with any relevant details such as location, reputation, programs offered, etc.
  • Q: How can I convey my gratitude for the family member's guidance in the letter?
    • A: Express your appreciation for their support and guidance in your academic journey, emphasizing the value you place on their input.
  • Q: Is it appropriate to mention specific subjects I want to pursue in the letter?
    • A: Yes, sharing your academic interests and aspirations can help your family member provide more tailored advice regarding college options and programs.

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