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1.Berkeley

for graduate fellowship
Please provide a statement about your personal history and your intellectual development. This statement can include a discussion of educational and cultural opportunities (or lack of them), family background, specia linterests and abilities, and future goals. Please note that this statement should not duplicate the Statement of Purpose (Form F). If more space is needed, you may attach another page. general statement of purpose Please state your purpose in applying for graduate study, your particular area of specialization within the major field, your plans for future occupation or profession, and any additional information that may assist the selection committee in evaluating your preparation and aptitude for graduate study at Berkeley. This may include information regarding characteristics that will enable you to complete a graduate degree program.

2.Caltech

Provide on a separate sheet of paper a brief statement of your scientific and professional interests and objectives. Include a description of your past accomplishments that are not evident from the examination of other documents submitted. Report, if applicable, on any
research in progress. List memberships in scientific, professional, or honor ary societies. This statement must be written in English by the applicant. It must not be written in another language and translated for the applicant by another person.

3.CMU

Statement of Purpose—On a separate sheet of paper, type or print a one- or two-page
concise statement that includes the following information:
1. A brief statement of your primary educational and research interests
2. An outline of your research experience and a list of any publications
3. A description of your background in engineering and allied fields that is particularly relevant to your objectives—include any relevant industrial or work experience and any academic honors
4. NOTE to Engineering and Public Policy, Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering applicants: To the extent possible, please discuss specific research topics and methods you might pursue in your thesis research.
(Please be sure your name appears on your Statement of Purpose.)
4.Cornell Statement of purpose
A detailed (one- to two-page) statement, preferably printed on white paper, should include your reasons for undertaking graduate work, as well as anexplanation of your study and research interests and their relation to your undergraduate study and professional goals. Your full name and the major field of study to which you are applying should be includedat the top of each page.

5.Duke

Statement of Purpose and Educational Objectives
Write a statement indicating your purposes and objectives in undertaking graduate study, your special interests and plans, and your strengths and weaknesses in your chosen field.
If you have particular reasons for applying to Duke, please indicate these. If you have communicated with a department or any member of the faculty about your graduate study, please name the department or person. Also, if you have attended more than the usual number of colleges or have earned a master's degree elsewhere, give the reasons for your change. On your attachment please indicate your first name, last name and proposed department on the top of every page.

6.Gatech

The applicant must clearly indicate the reasons for wishing to study in this program at Georgia Tech as opposed to some other program or university. The statement of purpose should describe the applicant's academic background, training and experience and should mention honors, memberships, and extracurricular activities. Areas of research interest should be discussed. If extra space is needed, please use the reverse side of this form.

7.JHU

Use the space below to tell us anything you would like us to know about your future goals and how graduate study at Johns Hopkins would help to achieve those goals.

8.Minnesota

23. ON SEPARATE SHEET(S) PLEASE PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING: (This information must accompany the application for admission. Do not mail it separately.)
23A. Statement explaining your immediate and long-range occupational objectives in relation to your major field, being specific about your particular areas of interest. Also, if known, indicate your proposed minor field. If there is a particular faculty member with whom you wish to study, please give that person's name and explain why you want to study with that person. If you have prepared a statement for the program, please attach a copy of the statement to this app lication for admission form.
23B. If there are any factors that have influenced your grade point average or your test scores, for example, if your educational background has generally been disadvantaged or you have a disability that has affected your performance, and you would like these factors to be considered when your application is reviewed, please explain these circumstances f
ully.
23C. Give titles of any articles or other publications and of any research, inventions, or other creative work that you have done. (If you wish to submit examples of your work, send them directly to the major program to which you are applying. Do not send them to the Graduate School.)
23D. What skill and preparation do you have in languages other than English?
23E. Date you took TOEFL or MELAB or IELTS and scores you received. See Section B (for International applicants) for information on these English language proficiency exams.

9.MIT

Statement of Objectives
Please read instructions carefully before you complete this form.
Please give your reasons for wishing to do graduate work in the field you have chosen. Prepare your statement of objectives and goals in whatever form clearly presents your views. Include as far as you can, your particular interests, be they experimental, theoretical, or issue-oriented, and show how your background and MIT’s programs support these interests. The statement could be much like a proposal for graduate studies, in the more specific con text of your professional objectives. You should set forth the issues and problems you wish to address. Explain your longer-term professional goals. The Admissions Committee will welcome any factors you wish to bring to its attention concerning your academic and work experience to date.

Type or print using black ink.
Use reverse side if necessary or separate form.
Keep a copy for your file. You may also wish to provide copies to your evaluators before they complete their forms.
Return this form with the completed application to the appropriate MIT department (see Book 1).

10.MSU

Personal Statement:
Attach a separate sheet stating your plans for graduate study and your professional career. List any academic honors, distinctions, scholarships you have earned (including graduate assistantships held), memberships in professional organizations and any other pertinent professional activities. Be as specific as possible.

11.Northwestern

Statement of Purpose
Your statement of purpose is an important part of your application. Program admissions committees consider them carefully in ranking applicants. Be as specific as possible about your research interests and qualifications. If you have particular reasons for choosing Northwestern, be sure to indicate them. Indicate any awards or honors you may have earned, publications you may have authored or any pertinent research or work experience. This should be a 5,000 character document or about one-page long. If you use the on-line application, the statement is submitted electronically as part of the on-line application.
Applicants using the paper application should submit TWO copies of this


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