Statement of Purpose (Grad School)

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    Oct 18, 2013 1:25 PM GMT
    So, the Air Force has accepted my application to send me to grad school (for free! amazing!). Now, I have to actually apply to schools. every school I've been looking at (FSU, Utah, TAM, Creighton) require a "statement of purpose" as part of the application.

    I'm rattling my brain over this and not sure what exactly to write. anyone with experience doing this for grad school? help would be appreciated.
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    Oct 18, 2013 1:59 PM GMT
    You should write about me. Four young people, an intern, a co-workers son, a kid I coached and a friends daughter all wrote about their experience working with me or influence I had in their lives and all got accepted to their college of choice. Plus, another friend had me write a letter of recommendation for grad school, she was accepted too. I have that power. You want in, use my name and super positive outlook on live.
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    Oct 18, 2013 2:04 PM GMT
    failscarf said
    smartmoney saidYou should write about me. Four young people, an intern, a co-workers son, a kid I coached and a friends daughter all wrote about their experience working with me or influence I had in their lives and all got accepted to their college of choice. Plus, another friend had me write a letter of recommendation for grad school, she was accepted too. I have that power. You want in, use my name and super positive outlook on life.


    Do you really want him to speak about how he met you on a gay forum needing a statement of purpose. Do you really want people to see the type of content you post?

    First, I was joking, since I don't know him from, well, you. And second, I don't post anything here that I am ashamed of, nor do I hide behind a rag.
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    Oct 18, 2013 2:13 PM GMT
    well, it made me chuckle.
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    Oct 18, 2013 4:29 PM GMT
    Dunno. When I was reviewing applications, I never paid much attention to those. Unless the writing itself was atrocious.