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How would you describe yourself on a college application?

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2005-11-04 22:01:51
2005-11-04 22:01:51

I'm no expert but I know that no-one knows me better than I know myself. As long as you're being honest with yourself, you really do know yourself deep down inside. Why are you asking this question? Is it to describe yourself to someone else? Or are you trying to find out who you are? I would recommend asking yourself a series of questions like... 1) When I'm alone what do I prefer to do with my time. 2) How would my friends describe me (this one works well). 3) Consider what your goals and dreams are. 4) What motivates you. These are just examples. But, If I had to describe myself I would offer information showing my positive attributes. Another good way to describe yourself is... how do you handle yourself in different situations. For example car accidents, confrontations, etc. Someone they want. An involved student (mention clubs/activities) who works hard (hopefully you have the grades to match or ok grades and job/ volunteer hours) and has an interest in the field that you are appyling for.

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