Perhaps you are interested in creating a free mountain biking app that offers in-depth, local trail information and ratings to fellow biking aficionados in your area.
As you consider this prompt, ask yourself what is important to you that you want more people to know or learn?
When you give admissions insight into the art that you feel is representative of your personality, experiences, or background, you will be revealing a fascinating, newfound piece of the complex puzzle that is you.
Emory is really not messing around with these questions!
What admissions is really asking here is this: what is the most important thing we should know about you?
This prompt is about something that has influenced you. You shouldn’t focus so much on explaining what your favorite fiction/nonfiction work is that you forget to write about your growth.musical changed the way you think about historical figures, and now you want to examine historical and political figures.
For instance, do a lot of our problems stem from the ignorance or misunderstanding of a situation?
While not every problem-solver is a STEM major and not every analyzer is a humanities major, you more than likely fall into one of these categories. As a nine-year-old, I was astonished at how a natural disaster could impair a small landmass.
Your choice of topic, and what it communicates about you, is everything.
Maybe you want to witness the the “Shot Heard ‘Round the World” a.k.a.