• Wondermath
Here's a question I have to answer for university application: Who or what inspires you as a learner? Use an example of a personal experience. (approx. 250 words) Does anyone have ideas of some general topics I could do this question on? I'm not sure what kinds of answers would be appropriate. I just want some suggestions. Thanks!
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  • jagatuba
Who inspires you? Think about the last time you went off and researched something to learn more about it. Who inspired you to do that research? Was it a teacher? Was it an author you were reading? Was it your mom? Maybe it was yourself. It's a pretty personal question, so you'll have to reflect on it a bit.
  • anonymous
My son is my inspiration. For him I wake up everyday and aim to learn on and on. More I learn, more I feel prepared to life. I hope that my dedication to learning be an inspiration for him as well.
  • anonymous
Like jagatuba said - for a university application, the more personal you can be, the better. Have you had a specific teacher or mentor that believes in you or has made you enjoy a specific subject? (Great answer for a "who.") Or maybe there is something specific - such as writing, or biology - that drives and inspires you. (That would be a "what".) Try to attach a story to your reasoning, and it will come across much more multi-dimensional. Remember - admissions officers read hundreds of essays, so the stronger your personal story is, the better your application essay will be!

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