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With this in mind: Imagine the worst-case scenario (which may never come true—we’re talking hypothetically): the person who reads your essay has been in the field for decades.
She is on the application committee because she has to be, and she’s read 48 essays so far that morning.
Find what is specific to you about the ideas that generated those platitudes and express them more directly.
Eliminate irrelevant issues (“I was a track star in high school, so I think I’ll make a good veterinarian.”) or issues that might be controversial for your reader (“My faith is the one true faith, and only nurses with that faith are worthwhile,” or “Lawyers who only care about money are evil.”).
The essay may take two forms: This is a hard essay to write.
It’s probably much more personal than any of the papers you have written for class because it’s about you, not World War II or planaria.
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