Hi, I have a question about LOR. I asked my physics professor for LOR at my college, and this professor willingly wrote me one. It was for private scholarship, and I had to include the letter in my application, so I had a chance to look at the LOR. He wrote all these nice things, but on one spot, he wrote that I was quite during the class, which if I sent the letter to med school, won't be a good thing, since they more value outgoing, socially-genius, frat-living, leaders of this world, right? And another professor wrote me a LOR, and she complemented that I was hard-working, and smart during the course, but at one point, he wrote that my written-communication skill is poor, but she knows that it will be improved, because he knows that I'm a hardworking, and brilliant student. I mean why did they have to include these negative aspects of me in the LORs? If they were really worried about me, cared about me, and want me to have those things improved, couldn't they just have told me to do so? Have you guys had similar experiences? And what I am trying to do from next time is to ask professors, "I know that I'm not a perfect person, and if you have any things that you want me to work on, and improve upon, please let me know, I will sincerely take the advice. But I would appreciate if you could exclude them on my LOR." Is it rude? How would you deal with such situations? Thanks!