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For fun, share parts of your application you most enjoy!

mediokramediokra Registered User Posts: 38 Junior Member
edited December 6 in Princeton University
For me, I really like being able to include my favorite quote from one of my favorite childhood books: "A person's a person no matter how small." (Horton Hears a Who!)

What about everyone else? It could be anything from an extracurricular, any essay, or part of the supplement.

Replies to: For fun, share parts of your application you most enjoy!

  • PelinctonPelincton Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
    I also enjoyed the favorite quote aspect of the application, and the favorite website.
    For my quote I took a scene from the Dark Knight Rises where Bane says to batman "Peace has cost you your strength. Victory has defeated you."
    For website I put Wikipedia, semi-jokingly.
  • BufadoraBufadora Registered User Posts: 8 New Member
    Please refrain yourself from discussing the application. The admission season is not over.
  • mediokramediokra Registered User Posts: 38 Junior Member
    @Bufadora is there like a rule about this that I'm not aware of? I don't want to do something "illegal", but I wouldn't see any harm in discussing some of our personal items from a public questionnaire
  • mediokramediokra Registered User Posts: 38 Junior Member
    @Pelincton "semi-jokingly" I relate to that so much! I put one of my favorite advice columns. I had to add a note, however, that stated that I don't necessarily agree with everything she posts as she can use some... urm... strong language.
  • PelinctonPelincton Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
    edited December 7
    @mediokra lol, I wish I'd realized I could add a note, I'm not sure how jokingly the officers will take it. I wouldn't want them to think I cite Wikipedia or something.
  • mediokramediokra Registered User Posts: 38 Junior Member
    @Pelincton I don't know if you were technically allowed to add a note, but I did. :)) It was like website.com (I like some of her advice but do not agree with everything she says nor some of the language she uses.)
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