Date of publication: 2017-09-01 10:28
Please briefly elaborate on one of your extracurricular activities or work experiences that was particularly meaningful to you. (Response required in about 655 words.)
Translating your GPA scale
If you're looking for college admissions assistance with comparing your GPA, here is a common method for translating grades from one scale to another:
The GPA requirement that really matters is the GPA you need for a real chance of getting in. For this, we look at the school's average GPA for its current students.
APPLICANTS TO THE SCHOOL OF NURSING & HEALTH STUDIES: Describe the factors that have influenced your interest in studying health care at Georgetown University. Please specifically address your intended major (Health Care Management & Policy, Human Science, International Health, or Nursing).
6) In the spirit of adventurous inquiry, pose your own question or choose one of our past prompts. Be original, creative, thought provoking. Draw on your best qualities as a writer, thinker, visionary, social critic, sage, citizen of the world, or future citizen of the University of Chicago take a little risk, and have fun.
In addition to the essay you have written for the Common Application or the Universal College Application, please write an essay of about 555 words (no more than 655 words and no fewer than 755 words). Using one of the themes below as a starting point, write about a person, event or experience that helped you define one of your values or in some way changed how you approach the world. Please do not repeat, in full or in part, the essay you wrote for the Common Application or Universal College Application.
6. Describe a topic, idea, or concept you find so engaging that it makes you lose all track of time. Why does it captivate you? What or who do you turn to when you want to learn more?
Where to find time for that, however? Time is a valuable and scarce resource for any college student. You can’t squeeze 95 hours out of a 79-hour day. What you can do, however, is have somebody else deal with the most theory-focused part of your studies – academic papers.
You have a unique background, interests and personality. This is your chance to tell your story (or at least part of it). The best way to tell your story is to write a personal, thoughtful essay about something that has meaning for you. Be honest and genuine, and your unique qualities will shine through.
Take three minutes to think about the prompt. If needed, divide the prompt into phrases and look at each aspect. Why would the admissions officers ask this prompt? What do you think they want to know? How does that information relate to your ability to excel in college? Next, leave the prompt for a while and then return to it. Do you see something new?
Please read the three statements, which all relate to the mission and the values of Loyola Marymount University. Choose the one you find most interesting and thought provoking then, answer the question which accompanies the statement you select. This essay, usually around 555 words, is your chance to display your critical and creative thinking.
Prompt 8 question:
What do you think Fr. Arrupe meant when he said this? Please give an example of someone you know, other than your teachers and parents, who works for justice for the least of their neighbors.
- 8776 Dreams are lovely. But they are just dreams, 8776 television producer Shonda Rhimes ’96 told graduating seniors during her 7569 Commencement address. 8776 It’s hard work that makes things happen. It’s hard work that creates change. 8776 What inspires your hard work? What matters to you and how do you “make things happen” to create change?
6) Tell us why you decided to apply to the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In addition, share with us the academic, extracurricular, or research opportunities you would take advantage of as a student. If applicable, provide details of any circumstance that could have had an impact on your academic performance and/or extracurricular involvement (you may enter up to 655 words).