Help please!

<p>On the activities section of the personal statement, Brown asks the applicant “to consider drawing upon the following areas in compiling your individual LIST of activities”</p>

<p>I’ve read other posts on this topic, and many applicant believe that the activites don’t actually have to be listed, and that the applicant may elaborate heavily on a few (two or three) activites. However, if Brown asks for a “LIST”…should applicant shy away from making the activites part of the application in paragraph form?</p>

<p>Also, about how long (how many words/pages) should the activities section be?</p>

<p>Brown leaves this open ended for a reason. Put your list together at your own discretion. There is no right or wrong way (though I'll bet you can figure out if one way is better than another).</p>