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Wake Forest Top Ten List

aharragan21aharragan21 1 replies2 threads New Member
edited September 14 in Wake Forest University
I have some ideas for a top ten list but I don't know if they are unique enough or if they show enough of my personality. Here are some examples: Types of Gems, Rubik's Cubes, Pens, Dog breeds, favorite songs to play the drums to, and favorite songs from Grey's Anatomy. HELP!!!!
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  • PublisherPublisher 11892 replies161 threads Senior Member
    Duke, NC State, & UNC-Chapel Hill.
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  • rickle1rickle1 2752 replies23 threads Senior Member
    There's no right or preferred answer here. Just write what you connect with. It's just another way for them to see a little more about you. All of your topics are good if they can genuinely depict something about you.
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  • LG_DentLG_Dent 9 replies1 threads New Member
    edited August 10
    I'm a recent Wake grad! I remember writing mine about my Top 10 must-haves in order to make a good film (didn't even major in film or anything visual arts, just really liked making movies in my free time). You want to make a unique list that tells a little bit about you as a person, not just an applicant. All your themes/topics listed would likely work as long as you make it personalized and distinct! Good luck!

    P.S. I would say dog breeds is a pretty popular one so admissions may find it not as unique as the others you mentioned
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  • aharragan21aharragan21 1 replies2 threads New Member
    Thank you so much!
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  • WFUparent1WFUparent1 81 replies6 threads Junior Member
    My daughter did the Top Ten things that annoy her...
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  • UGG2023UGG2023 285 replies5 threads Junior Member
    My DD did top 10 moments in life that made her the most happy
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  • SkrunchSkrunch 282 replies26 threads Member
    Do a Top 10 that shows aspects of your interests or personality. My kid did Top 10 Guilty Pleasures. Dog breeds won't do that. Nor gems. Make a list that shows something about you as a person.
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