Well I wrote an extended CV for the people I plan to ask to write my LORs. Unfortunitely, the CV is 4 pages and I have heard it is a faux pas for a CV to be longer than 2. I just couldn't fit in all my extra curriculars, research, and descriptions with it. I'm also including a transcript and a personal letter to each person, hopefully to gentle illuminate the fact their letters could make or break me. Most of my letter writers are close colleagues, while 2 of them (my pre-medical advisor, and another science professor) will not be. I know I should have developed a relationship with each person but as it happens, I didn't utilize the pre-med advisor because I've had SDN for the past two years. I've also only become close with 1 of my science professors, who has asked me to serve as a peer mentor for her frosh class next semester and I know she will write me a great letter. Do any of you have suggestions for me? Particularly having an extended CV - will this look bad? A personal letter? Any suggestions for what to put in the letter?