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Воп­рос до­пол­ни­тель­но­го эс­се

Ес­ли Вы по­да­ете свои до­кумен­ты в Tri­nity Col­le­ge of Arts and Sci­en­ces, на­пиши­те, по­жалуй­ста, не­боль­шое эс­се по­чему уни­вер­си­тет Du­ke под­хо­дит Вам. Есть ли что-ли­бо осо­бен­ное в уни­вер­си­тета Du­ke при­вел­ка­ющее Вас? По­жалуй­ста, на­пиши­те эс­се в объеме од­но­го аб­за­ца или двух.

Сла­бый от­вет

I be­li­eve the Tri­nity Col­le­ge of Arts and Sci­en­ces at Du­ke is an ex­cellent match for me. I be­li­eve col­le­ge sho­uld not be me­rely a ga­teway to the work for­ce; it sho­uld edu­cate the stu­dent in a va­ri­ety of sub­jects and pre­pare him or her for the ran­ge of chal­lenges and op­portu­niti­es that lie ahe­ad in li­fe. I ha­ve al­wa­ys be­en a cu­ri­ous per­son and en­joy re­ading all kinds of li­tera­ture and non­ficti­on. In high scho­ol I ex­celled in his­to­ry, Eng­lish, AP psy­cholo­gy, and ot­her li­beral arts sub­jects. I ha­ve not yet de­cided on a ma­jor, but when I do, it will al­most cer­ta­in­ly be in the li­beral arts, such as his­to­ry or po­liti­cal sci­en­ce. I know that Tri­nity Col­le­ge is ve­ry strong in the­se are­as. But re­gard­less of my ma­jor, I want to re­ce­ive a bro­ad edu­cati­on that spans a va­ri­ety of are­as in the li­beral arts, so that I will gra­du­ate as not on­ly a vi­ab­le job pros­pect, but al­so as a well-ro­un­ded and le­ar­ned adult who can ma­ke di­ver­se and va­lu­ab­le cont­ri­buti­ons to my com­mu­nity. I be­li­eve Du­ke’s Tri­nity Col­le­ge will help me grow and be­come that kind of per­son.

Оцен­ка сла­бого от­ве­та

The es­say is fil­led with va­gue, ge­neric lan­gu­age. The aut­hor de­mons­tra­tes no spe­cific know­ledge of Du­ke and no cle­ar de­sire ac­tu­al­ly to at­tend Du­ke. The stu­dent who wro­te this supp­le­men­tal es­say pro­bab­ly hurt his or her app­li­cati­on mo­re than hel­ped it.

Силь­ный от­вет

When I vi­sited the Du­ke cam­pus last fall, I im­me­di­ate­ly felt at ho­me. The Got­hic arc­hi­tec­tu­re and tree-sha­ded walks cre­ated an at­mosp­he­re of pe­ace­ful but se­ri­ous ref­lecti­on. The pla­ce is at on­ce So­ut­hern—which, as an Ala­bami­an, is im­portant to me—and uni­ver­sal as it ref­lects the tra­diti­ons of Euro­pe and the clas­si­cal world. The Tri­nity Col­le­ge li­beral arts cur­ri­culum al­so ref­lects this uni­que pa­iring of the mo­dern So­uth and the glo­bal past. For examp­le, I am con­si­dering a ma­jor in his­to­ry, and am ve­ry in­te­res­ted in the com­bi­nati­on of ge­og­raphic and the­matic are­as of stu­dy of­fe­red by Du­ke’s his­to­ry prog­ram. The com­bi­nati­ons of are­as of­fer se­eming end­less are­as of spe­ci­ali­zati­on. One in­te­res­ting pos­si­bili­ty is a fo­cus in the ge­og­raphic area of the U.S. and Ca­nada, com­bi­ned with a the­matic stu­dy of Wo­men and Gen­der or Af­ri­can Di­as­po­ra. By jux­ta­posing and in­tert­wi­ning the­se two fo­ci, my un­ders­tan­ding of the Ame­rican So­uth—and much mo­re—wo­uld be gre­at­ly en­ri­ched. This in­no­vati­ve and fle­xib­le app­ro­ach to both tra­diti­onal and non-tra­diti­onal sub­ject mat­ter is gre­at­ly ap­pe­aling to me. I know by re­puta­ti­on and from a fri­end cur­rent­ly en­rolled in Tri­nity Col­le­ge that the li­beral arts cur­ri­culum is ve­ry chal­lenging, but al­so re­war­ding. I be­li­eve I am mo­re than pre­pared for the­se chal­lenges, and that I will thri­ve in this cli­mate. Du­ke Uni­ver­si­ty’s cam­pus al­re­ady fe­els li­ke ho­me; I be­li­eve that its aca­demic op­portu­niti­es will al­so pro­vide a sti­mula­ting en­vi­ron­ment in which I fe­el I be­long.

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