Recommendation letter for John Nash is the best we've ever seen
When it comes to recommendation letters, John Nash comes out on top.
Some were lengthy and full of glowing references to his work and character, but there's one letter that spans just three sentences long and speaks to his beautiful mind better than any other.
It reads: "This is to recommend Mr. John F. Nash, Jr. who has applied for entrance to the graduate college at Princeton. Mr. Nash is nineteen years old and is graduating from Carnegie Tech in June. He is a mathematical genius."
Short, sweet and straight to the point. The letter, which is dated Feb. 11, 1948, was written by another mathematician Richard J. Duffin who was one of Nash's professors.
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