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PERSONAL STATEMENT VS STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

PERSONAL STATEMENT VS STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

|PERSONAL STATEMENT VS STATEMENT OF PURPOSE- This article is about personal statement vs statement of purpose, a crucial thing to remember during applications.|

To prove worthy of the desired program you wish to attend in the coveted college of your dreams and sound unique and exclusive at the same time is a daunting task. While SOP may fulfill the former requirement, personal statement creates the stage for the latter. Not every college will ask you to furnish both SOP and personal statement and in case they ask you to, please do not confuse one with the other and land up writing a confusing document that diminishes your chances of approval by the admission committee. Personal statement and statement of purpose may sound like the same, but there a few underlying differences involved. PERSONAL STATEMENT VS STATEMENT OF PURPOSE Read More

Statement of Purpose: How to make a draft

Statement of Purpose: How to make a draft

|This article is about the questions you should be asking yourself while making your Statement of Purpose: How to make a draft.|

One of the main problems when writing a SOP is that applicants fail to take a very thorough, probing, and analytical look at themselves and their objectives. Admission committee members are looking for interesting, insightful, revealing, and non-generic essays that suggest you have successfully gone through a process of careful reflection and self-examination. To stand out, you should conduct an introspection of yourself and ask the following questions at the outset.

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SOP: What do Admission Committees Look For?

SOP: What do Admission Committees Look For?

|Things to remember while writing a SOP: What do Admission Committees Look For? A SOP is the most important document that you will write for your application.|

In an era where the majority of applicants have good academic records, SOP can bring out your uniqueness and therefore can make or break your application. An applicant who does not take the essay seriously is throwing away the best opportunity to shine.

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