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I'm writing a "personal statement" essay on my major. How's this so far. It's a good start.
You don't want to seem indecisive, though, so I might go into what you DO know about yourself and how you will use that to decide upon a major later. For example, you know that you enjoy writing reports, so you will want to find a major where you will be able to create formal reports on what you are studying...that can be many things, so it doesn't limit you, but it lets them know that you are actively looking at the things you do like. OR, You may like having ethical/moral/philosophical discussions with your peers. College Personal Statement Examples That Shine! "Hello, my name is...
" We've all seen those name tags that say "Hello, my name is... " Actually, that isn't a bad starting point! Let's start by breaking down your essay into 3 main parts. So for starters, let's talk about you. Here, you should tell the college where are come from, what brothers and/or sisters you may have and what your home life and family dynamic is made up of.
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