To whom it may concern,
This letter is in regard to Troy Fangmeier, one of the most intelligent, dedicated, and vibrant students that this country has to offer. Troy is a student of high caliber, meaning that there is nothing nor anybody that may sway him to do something academically wrong. Out of almost four years of high school, and approximately 23 classes together, never have I ever even pictured troy letting someone copy his work. Troy is a student whose work ethic is like no other. That is what makes him better than the rest of us. He is a student who probably has never turned in a late assignment nor has any missing assignments as a matter of fact. These are only some of the reasons why Troy has been able to maintain being 1st in his class, no matter what the circumstances. In addition, there are many reasons why Troy might be an astonishing student, but the one that grabs my attention the most is the fact that he is an even better friend. Almost every morning Troy and myself probably meet in the library and start working. Whether its classwork, or homework, or even studying for a test, Troy is always there for the help. If I don’t get a text message from him in the morning it feels as if something is wrong. The classic “Are u coming to first” is what grabs my attention in the morning. However, working with Troy is very different than working with any other student in the building. You’re asking why? Well because Troy is the type of student to help you understand the concept and not only that but to help show you the steps that are needed to complete a problem. He won’t finish and show you his answer because that is uncanny of Troy. In all honesty, I don’t believe without all of the assistance that I’ve received from my good bud, I wouldn’t be half as good of the student that I am today. Furthermore, there is a trait that is very special about Troy. There has been this ongoing “competition” as I would like to say, that has been going on ever since...
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