can you help me find two college essays?
I need to print out the most recent essay questions on either
1. Virginia Tech
2. James Madison University
3. George Mason
4 Liberty University.
it would be very appreciated if you sned me the links. thank you
On an attached sheet, you may respond to up to three of the personal statements below (choose one, two, three, or none) as you feel they support your individual application. Please limit
your statement(s) to no more than 250 words in length (each).
• What are the top five reasons you want to attend Virginia Tech?
• If there is something you think would be beneficial for the Admissions Committee to know as we review your academic history, please take this opportunity to explain.
• What do you consider the greatest benefit(s) of a diverse educational community?
• Describe five unique or interesting things about yourself.
• Free response —writing
• Which of your current or previous teachers do you admire most, and why?
• Describe how a world event has helped to shape the person you are today.
We do not require a particular topic for the Personal Statement. We allow applicants to decide what the committee still needs to know in order to accurately evaluate their application. Please do not repeat information that can be found in the application. This space is provided to help the committee get to know the applicant better. We encourage students to be creative and have fun with it! Please know that the committee will consider content and grammar as well as spelling. Personal Statements should be no longer than 500 words.
•Personal Statement. All freshman applicants must submit a “Personal Statement” of 150-500 words (maximum) that highlights your leadership achievements or significant service contributions to your high school or community. Students who apply online must submit the statement online when prompted during the application process. Only students who submit paper applications may submit a statement in paper form.
Personal Statement Hints
•The Admissions Committee is interested in learning more about you. When preparing your Personal Statement, please take the opportunity to share information about yourself that cannot be found elsewhere on the application. The Committee is particularly interested in your leadership achievements or service contributions to your high school or community.
•Write your Statement in Microsoft Word (of any other word processing application), perform a spell check, and save the final version as a plain text file. Saving the file this way will allow you to easily copy and paste it into the online application.
•We discourage you from writing your Statement in one sitting. Allow yourself ample time to draft and review your work before submitting your application. Remember to check the grammar and punctuation, as well as the spelling.
•Your Statement must be your own original work. However, it is certainly acceptable to have someone else review and edit your Statement or make suggestions concerning improvements you might make.
•To process your application in a timely manner, the Office of Admissions strongly recommends that essays be submitted in the appropriate section of the online admissions application. If this is not possible, essays that are sent separately must be submitted in a file format that can be opened using Microsoft Word 2003 or Acrobat 7.0 (e.g., file extensions doc, rtf, txt, htm, pdf). Documents submitted in other formats will not be processed.
Liberty University Admissions Essay
Liberty University’s mission is to produce Christ-centered men and women with the values, knowledge, and skills required to impact tomorrow’s world.
Provide an essay of no more than 250 words on the following: Describe how your perspectives of life and morality will enable you to contribute to Liberty University’s mission.
Include your full name and social security number.