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Reading, family, and knowledge - What is important to you? And why?


L1ght1107 1 / 2  
Oct 26, 2020   #1

What is important to me?



I think there are a lot of things that are important to me. Reading is an important activity for my growth. Reading broadened my knowledge. I become more intelligent more interesting, and appealing by reading books. By reading I improve my knowledge of various topics as well as rhetorical skills.

Sports and music are important to me. Sports make me strong and in good shape. Doing sports always makes me feel energetic and more efficient when I study. I usually listen to music or play guitar during my leisure time. It makes me feel so relaxed that I can get rid of the whole day's tires.

Friendship is important to me. It shaped my personality and developed my virtues. I have been good friends since primary school and keep meeting new friends. My friends and I share opinions about things, face difficulties together, and always try to make each other a better person.

My family is important to me. My parents gave me the most important thing: freedom. I can decide what to learn or what to do since I was a child. And thanks to their understanding and care, I grow strong and can be the person I want to be.

The things I said above are important to me based on my valuable views and growing experience, and will still be important in my future. Things like freedom, courage, and an open mind are important to me too. Due to space limitations no more explanation here.

(It's a UBC profile question, I will be grateful for any helpful advice.

Should I focus on writing one thing or write multiple things?

I don't think I wrote this question well QAQ)

ody0397 3 / 5  
Oct 26, 2020   #2
i think it is better for you to choose one thing only and put it on detail, putting it heavy on why, how it become important to you

This is not an interesting essay to be honest, because you did not give an example on how you grow better doing these activities, its impact to your life, and so on...

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OP L1ght1107 1 / 2  
Oct 26, 2020   #3
@ody0397
Yes I think it's dull too. Maybe I should re-write and focus on one important experience. Thanks for your feedback!


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