One such categorization is between the humanities and the sciences. How do you interact with ideas that are diametrically opposed to your own? Maybe an undiagnosed learning disability caused you major challenges in school until you learned how to cope with it.
With that being said, this is a great place to discuss why you are specifically suited to be in that major. Do proofread! Some of the best statements are written as personal stories. Last year in school, I tutored students studying Japanese. This essay is about how those contributions have impacted you, and your view of the world.
What is in our power to solve this grave matter? Tell us a story from your life, describing an experience that either demonstrates your character or helped to shape it. Draw on your best qualities as a writer and thinker; academic risk-taking is a core value of the Honors Program, so take some risks and be honest.
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