I get it. Writing emails seems so…weird. However, to brand yourself as a professional, you do need to be able to send emails professionally. Below is a basic outline for emails. Buut before we get to that, if your email sounds childish or embarrassing (like email@example.com), you should change your email name or don’t give out that email.In fact, using your school email is good enough!
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Subject: Something related to your message. Example: Meeting with you
Dear/Hello Mr./Mrs./Ms./Professor/Dr. Last Name,
A line of greeting. Example: I hope this email finds you enjoying your day.
Your respectful and grammatically correct message. Example: I would like to schedule a meeting with you concerning the last exam at your earliest convenience. Please let me know your availability.