1. I would like to have the same 3 professors write my letters of recommendation because I feel that they knew me best and supported me the most. In all of their old recommendations, they said that I was the best student they have ever had. I plan on asking them for recommendations next week, but I don't know whether I should ask them to just print out my previous recommendations or ask them to write a new one. I don't want them to think that their old ones weren't good enough, and I do want them to know that I really appreciated it before. What should I do? ANd if I ask for new recs from them, how should I ask it so they know I still appreciated their recs from last year? Also, should I ask them to include/add specific stuff to my rec? Oh, I'll also be including my resume and transcript for them this time (I didn't last time), but it's only so they would know my background. I won't ask them to include my activities on there or anything.
2. When my math teacher wrote my recommendation last year, there were a lot of grammatical errors in it, but he's really smart and has a Ph.D. Should I ask him to fix those grammatical errors or just leave it?
3. Who should fill out the College Official Report (https://commonapplication.org/Co
4. I also took Interpersonal Communications with my Phi Theta Kappa advisor, but I feel that I didn't stand out as much in her class, although I did get an A. I just feel that I stood out in my math classes more because a lot of people struggled in my math classes, and almost everyone did well in Interpersonal Communications. Should I ask her to write me a recommendation as an instructor or as my PTK advisor? Should I ask her to use the instructor recommendation form (https://commonapplication.org/CommonApp/d
I thank you very much for your time and for your help in advance. I'm trying again for Brown and Cornell, and even if I don't get in again, I'll still be happy at wherever I end up at. =)