I have always been lucky enough to thrive both at home and in school.
Though my school and community lacked money and resources, the support of my teachers and mentors helped me to succeed. When I turned 14, my younger brother entered elementary school.
The part that was encouraged to dissemble text and put it out into the world as something new and unexplored.
It took me a year of doing these odd bits of work to confirm that graduate school was the best option for me.
The goal here is to show why you are a good candidate for admission to a certain program, be it business, communications, engineering, or other programs, and demonstrate your qualities.
These include your writing capability, goals and reasons for applying, and your personality and background.Below, find some of the most popularly applied-to graduate schools that may not require personal statements: Below are two personal statement examples.Read these to get an idea of what to expect when writing yours.It is a chance to hone my skills and dive right back into the deep end of literature.I had stated that I previously had little inkling to where my adult life would take me.I’m certain that Grad University’s English department can not only best address my current needs and professional aspirations, but also my academic curiosity.Ever since I was a teenager, it has been my goal to increase access to assistive technology in underserved communities.At this point in time, my studies would be geared in three possible directions: future application into a PHD program, a professional teaching career, or a career in book publishing (which places a high emphasis on graduate studies).In addition, it would be a personal goal to exhibit current and future work in conferences to become part of the national – or even international – literary discussion.Copyright ©1995-2018 by The Writing Lab & The OWL at Purdue and Purdue University. This material may not be published, reproduced, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without permission.Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our terms and conditions of fair use.