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Sitting in Washington Square Park, surrounded by radiant students, I immediately felt at home


bsabrine 2 / 2 1  
Dec 28, 2012   #1
As I was sitting in Washington Square Park, surrounded by radiant students, I immediately felt at home. All I could think about was taking part in this open and diverse community that would let me share my background and allow me to blossom into an independent and open-minded person. Moreover, NYU's thriving location brings many opportunities I'm looking for (internships, cultural development...) which are emphasized by NYU New York's non-traditional campus that offers a unique and prestigious learning experience involving lecturers that encourage an open interaction. I will be immersed into a welcoming community as soon as I step outside the classroom.
nayelojello 5 / 37 2  
Dec 28, 2012   #2
you have to say how will this affect you in the long run.
meteruya - / 5 3  
Dec 28, 2012   #3
I'm guessing that this is one of those essays with a very limited character/word count so you were trying to get as much information down as possible. My advice would be to hone in on specifics about the campus. I see this type of question as your chance to show off your knowledge of the school. If you give only vague, "it has the majors I want", the school won't be very impressed. Cite specific club names, internships, maybe even a student help committee. Highlight anything that you find interesting that will make the college take note that you do know your stuff about the campus and about the curriculum.
yisha 6 / 33 8  
Dec 29, 2012   #4
Your answer is good.

As I was sitting in Washington Square Park, surrounded by radiant students, I immediately felt at home.

I think you can shorten or cancell this sentence to have more space tell how the courses and curriculums attract you.


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