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activities log

larrybarrylarrybarry 6 replies10 threads New Member
edited December 2005 in University of Washington
Are you supposed to include the awards you've won in the paragraph? Is it supposed to be just a list or are supposed to be "creative" and show your passion for whatever activity?
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  • keebahkeebah 10 replies2 threads New Member
    You list the activity or award in the title. In the paragraph box you describe what it is, responsibilities you had, meaning to you, etc. Bascially anything you can write about it. I don't think they are concentrated on creativity, I think they just want to get to know more about you or your accomplishments. But it doesn't hurt to be a little creative.
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  • nhs041088nhs041088 187 replies7 threads Junior Member
    I spent so many times on those essays trying to be 'creative'. I think I explained my responsibilities, etc. well but I ended up listing only 2-3 things..
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