At least I’m not a boy. They go pretty all-in for this. It’s like their team includes Ponca Deleon, Christopher Columbus, and he guy who found the lost city of Atlantis. Them, plus some famous fossil hunters and the dude who discovered gravity because an apple fell on his head, probably during some stupid medieval scavenger hunt. Although, truthfully, their enthusiasm often paid off, and they were glorified with trophies of a kid holding a butterfly net. Oh, wait, trophy store person, you mean you don’t have any ‘scavenger hunt’ trophies? Shocking. Well, I guess the next best thing is your ‘trapping and killing butterflies’ trophy. We’ll take a carton of those, please.
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Queens University of Charlotte
Admissions is the process of applying to a college. Wake Forest is asking how going through the process has changed how you view yourself. An example of this might be writing a personal essay for your application and understanding a profound experience more fully in its relationship to you and how it affected you personally. Like, “the time I went to my band playing test unprepared taught me to not slack off, and then I wrote my application essay on it and realized that was what turned me into a better student and that’s why I learned to set deadlines” . you learned something more from an experience by writing about it than you did by doing it. That’s a lame example, I just thought it up on the spot, but I hope you get what I mean.
3) Tell us where you have lived – and for how long – since you were born; whether you’ve always lived in the same place, or perhaps in a variety of places. (100 word limit)