<p>Would somebody please remind me of Essay question B and the other two questions? As you know, I can't access the site and I need the questions to write my essays now. Thank you.</p>
<p>sure, hang on</p>
Provide your response to either Essay A or B on separate sheets, attached to this page.
Make sure your name is on each sheet of paper you include.
Please keep to a 500-word limit.</p>
<p>Choose essay A or B</p>
<p>Essay A: Life brings many disappointments as well as satisfactions. Tell us about a time in your life when you experienced disappointment, or faced difficult or trying circumstances. How did you react?</p>
<p>Essay B: An application to MIT is much more than a set of test scores, grades and activities. It's often a reflection of an applicant's dreams and aspirations, dreams shaped by the worlds we inhabit. We'd like to know a bit more about your world. Describe the world you come from, for example your family, clubs, school, community, city, or town. How has that world shaped your dreams and aspirations?</p>
<p>(next message will have the short answer prompts)</p>
<p>In reading your application we want to get to know you as well as we can. In the space provided (100 words or fewer), use the following questions to give us a sense of who you are and where your interests lie.</p>
<p>a. We know you live a busy life, full of activities, many of which are required of you. Tell us about something you do for the pleasure of it.</p>
<p>b. Although you may not yet know what you want to major in, which department or program at MIT appeals to you and why?</p>
<li><p>On a separate sheet, show us and/or tell us about something that you have created. This can be, for example a design, a device, an object, an idea or concept, a piece of music or art.</p></li>
<li><p>No admission application can meet the needs of every individual. If you think that additional information or material will give us a more thorough impression of you, please respond on separate sheets.</p></li>