Early action, Early Decision, Rolling Admission, Round 1, Round 2, Round 3, next year – the number of options in terms of when you can submit your admission application can be overwhelming. We recommend a simple yardstick to determine when to apply – “WHEN YOUR ADMISSION APPLICATION IS READY.”
While there is a lot of generic advice in terms of how could one write his/her SOP, there is little by way of practical, actionable templates. Here, we offer you one.
Craft Sentences and Paragraphs
Once you have developed your story line and summarized the key ideas through story board, your SOP is virtually ready. What you need to do now is to craft sentences for each of the key theme/ sentence header that you have identified.
Getting the opening of your SoP right is the key to your admission.
It determines the lens with which the rest of the application will be adjudged. Remember the “power of first impressions”.
The Statement of Purpose (SoP) is a document that is used by the admission officers/application evaluators to assess the clarity of thought of the applicant. While it is difficult to predict the direction one’s career might take after a particular educational program, the SoP gives an insight into the expectations the applicant has from the program.
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