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Your reasons for applying to the University of Waterloo; my interest in computer engineering


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Aug 25, 2019   #1

REASONS FOR CHOOSING YOUR PROGRAM AND WATERLOO



Please tell us about your educational goals, your interest in your chosen program(s), and your reasons for applying to the University of Waterloo. If you have applied to more than one program, please discuss your interest in each program(900 character limit)

I was in 10th grade when I was introduced to the wonderful world of computer engineering. I was selected to represent my school team in the National Robotics Olympiad - 2017. We had to build and program a robot to collect coloured blocks and place them in their designated location. This sparked my interest in computer engineering.

This experience led me to working on various Arduino projects - from simple projects like fingerprint door lock to more complex ones like oil and gas surveillance drone.

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# This is a rough draft. I have only begun. I have to still answer the question of " your reasons for applying to waterloo" and also about " your educational goals".

# English is not my first language, so I have some difficulties.

# Edit: Please help me answering these questions:

1. Your reasons for applying to waterloo
2. Your educational goals.

Thank you!

Maria [Contributor] - / 727 281  
Aug 29, 2019   #2
@tennis_ball1
Hi there! Welcome to the forum. Seeing as you are new here, don't be afraid to keep coming back for more in case you have any more additional inquiries. I hope this serves you positively in your endeavors.

Considering as it is a rough draft, I find that the opening portion of your essay is quite decent already. Because you were able to keep everything compact, this positively contributed to your essay appearing to be more packed with necessary information. I would only recommend that you try sticking with necessary information instead of putting everything out in the open.

I would suggest that you opt to remove parts of your essay that are unnecessary. For instance, words that do not add value to your writing should be removed. Doing this will help you focus more on what is essential.

Take a look at this revision:

This experience ... - from simple projects like fingerprint door locks to more complex ones like oil and gas surveillance drones.


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