There are three notre dame supplement that I wrote
but I have to choose one.
Please tell me which one would be better to send to college.
Also please correct me with the grammar and other stuff
All Suggestions and criticisms are welcome!!
3. The curriculum offered at Notre Dame varies from what you might expect (e.g. Introduction to Biological Sciences, Accountancy) to topics you might not (e.g. Theology and Engineering, Friendship: From Aristotle to Facebook). If you could introduce a new course and serve as the expert instructor, what would it be and why?
The name of the course would be: The Guidelines to the Sensible Life. This course is designed for the enriching life of Notre Dame students. Specifically, the course will cover three general parts of one's life; the college life, working life, and social life. The course will require students to make thorough profiles of life's ordeals, and the professor will teach students how to deal with those events wisely. For example, the course will teach students how to survive from hardcore party, how to refuse friends' excessive request without hurting their feelings, or even how to revenge on the annoying boss without getting caught. These guidelines are essential for the successful life especially in this time period because people these days are highly social and emotional. Most colleges would rather focus more on knowledge-based intelligence, but emotional intelligences are significant in today's society. This course will guarantee Notre Dame students' smooth social life during and after college.
5. Why are you interested in attending the University of Notre Dame?
"Even if you don't love sports, like me, Notre Dame will make an athlete out of you by the time you graduate." This one sentence that I read from Notre Dame's student life pamphlet got me. Notre Dame has been on my "interested" list because of its strong pre-medical program, demanding liberal arts education and beautiful campus, but the reason why Notre Dame is special to me is because of its athletics.
Even though I was never good at sports, I always wanted to be an athlete. The intention is not to look cool or anything but to have the community spirit. The true value of sports is that it brings people together. Notre Dame's dynamic intramural sports bring the student together and unite them as one big family. In terms of college spirit and student bonding, Notre Dame is the best college in the nation. This spirit in the campus is what I have been seeking since I came to the US, and that is why Notre Dame is a perfect match.