Which aspects of the Tufts undergraduate experience prompt your application? In short,
For a kid who has been a maker since five and math-lover since second grade, I'm incredibly indecisive when choosing my major. I have too many interests: mechanical design fascinates me, electromagnetism is electrifying, recursion is mind-blowing, statistics is magic. I'm even interested in screenwriting when I began my college essay journey.
Then I discovered Tufts. Tufts doesn't just tell me that it's fine to like many things-Tufts embraces that. From the curriculum to the students' blogs, Tufts makes me feel like having many interests is actually a great thing to have. Being a Jumbo means I can experience a spectrum of majors with classes like "How to make stuff" and take fun, never-before-seen courses at The Experimental College with peers whose interests are just as diverse as mine. I simply can't envision a better place for me to grow both intellectually and emotionally than Tufts University.
I'd love to receive feedback on this essay. I apply to Tufts ED and I really want to make sure my essay shows that I'm meant to study at Tufts.