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Personal Academic CWU Admin. Essay


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Mar 21, 2010, 05:57pm   #
Please note that there is a 5000 word limit for the essay.
How have your past experiences influenced your academic record?
What are you doing presently to ensure your academic success?
What are your academic goals and how will CWU help you accomplish these goals?

Each person is an individual, who prefers a different atmosphere to study. There are those who favor learning in huge classroom filled with thousands of students, and some who would rather study in a smaller populated classroom. Which ever the individual prefers, s/he would accomplish their goals based on that choice. As for me, going to Central would significantly benefit my academic goal which is to become a better student that would ultimately prepare me for my future career. Right now, its senior year, instead of racing with time to get to class, I log on the computer and start class. For me, taking an online course is a great alternative learning experience. There's no clutter and it's fairly easy to get work done. Though, this was my first year trying it, I found out that I was improving academically. I truthfully regret that I hadn't taken online courses starting my freshman year, but now I have a better idea of what I prefer when I do schoolwork. Central would be the next perfect stepping stone, it's located in the ideal learning environment that contains little to no chaos that is mostly seen in a colossal urban setting.

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Written by:
Grace G.
*I'm not sure if I need to add anymore things...please tell me if I should.
Thanks :)

gmgyap:
there is a 5000 word limit for the essay.

Are you sure you don't mean 5000 character limit? 5000 words is almost 20 pages!!

If you have room to add more, do so. You should probably have a paragraph for each question they asked.

Which ever the individual prefers, s/he would accomplish their goals based on that choice. As for me, going to Central would significantly benefit my academic goal which is to become a better student that would ultimately prepare me for my future career. --- this does not really say anything. Your first few sentences do not say much about what you want to do. You should rewrite this so that your first few sentences tell the reader about your theme, your life, your plans.

Right now, the first few sentences talk about the idea that people have different preferences, but instead of this, you should introduce a theme for the essay -- a meaningful observation you make about life and school, etc.

I look forward to seeing your next draft! :-)



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