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Write a personal statement to be read by a college admission

When deciding which students to admit, colleges consider many factors about each student. After all, colleges are interested in building a student body that is academically curious, but also diverse and actively engaged in a range of productive, creative activities.

Write a personal statement to be read by a college admissions officer. In this statement, discuss how your academic interests, extracurricular activities, and life experiences will benefit the college community.

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When writing a personal statement, the main point is to write clearly and concisely. You want to focus on your strengths, talents, and abilities.

Here would be an example:

My academic interests have always included accounting and management. When I first realized that this was one of my greatest strengths, I capitalized on my ability. My strengths in this area will continue to be an asset for myself and for the college community. I will be heavily involved in extracurricular ...

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The expert writes a personal statement to be read by a college admissions officer. In this statement, discuss how your academic interests, extracurricular activities, and life experiences will benefit the college community.

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