This is the most controversial post I have ever written in ten years of blogging. I wrote it because I was very angry at a specific incident.
Can you review my essay? I wrote this for admission to Penn State. They do not have a required essay but suggest including a personal statement with your application.
How would you describe yourself is certainly a thought provoking question. One that, more often than not, many find difficult to answer. Some may be inclined to incorporate the thoughts of those who are closest to them.
When I asked my mom to describe me, she said that I am benevolent, trustworthy and affectionate.
At the same time, she reminded me that I am "as stubborn as a mule" because once I get an idea in my mind I go after it relentlessly. My dad described me as highly motivated and disciplined.
He said I work diligently and intensively to achieve the goals I have set. I am passionate about life, my beliefs, and helping others; compassionate about people struggling to overcome obstacles. I have always been interested in American Sign Language; and have already studied sign language as an elective course for three years.
My first experience with the deaf culture was in second grade, when I befriended two girls that were considered "outsiders" because they could not speak nor hear. Their ability to overcome what I perceived to be a huge disadvantage made a great impression on me.
One of my greatest challenges was helping a family friend whose child has autism. At first, this was far more difficult than I anticipated.
As we got to know each other better; however, things became easier for both of us. Although she is unable to communicate verbally, she has learned to sign a few words.
I am thankful for our time together and strongly feel that I have probably learned more from her than she has from me. As you can see by these two examples, I have a strong desire to assist others facing unique challenges.
As such, I intend to major in pre-med and minor in Deafness and Hearing Studies. Being the first in my family to attend college, it is an aspiration of mine to go to a university.
My cousins, Jennifer and Chad Minutillo, have been my role models. Both are now proud Penn State graduates. With each passing day of my senior year, I become more determined to carry on this new Minutillo tradition.
I embrace the challenges associated with pursuing admittance to the university of my dreams as my fear of failure pales in comparison to my desire to succeed.
It would be an honor and a privilege to be admitted to Penn State, so I, too, can become a Penn State alumni. In writing about this, show that you understand what Deaf culture is and that your interest in this realm goes beyond that of a do-gooder who is fascinated by "the deaf.
I think you have wrote a very good essay with just the right amount of humour. OP britmin Thank you. Are you also applying for ? Unfortunately, Penn State has a max of characters for your personal statement.
I had to redo the essay again and shorten it to about half.See an example of a college application essay, with a point-by-point critique. Whether you’re applying to a community college, a four-year college or university, or graduate school, you may be asked to write an essay describing yourself.
A “Describe yourself” essay may also be required for applications to extracurricular programs, special experiences, and certain types of employment. Describing Myself. 2 Pages Words November Life is about creating yourself.” - George Bernard Shaw Anyhow, I did my secondary education from crescent kids campus, scoring 88% marks while Punjab College was the institute from where I did my Fsc scoring 80% marks.
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