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Mit application essay questions 2011
What we ask about on our application also sends a message as to what we care about. In the very first essay question on our application we ask students what they do for fun. And we remind students that this is not a trick question. Indeed, in the instructions to our application, we say the following: "The truth is that we’re looking for balance. MIT is an intense educational experience — one that requires regular down-time to digest and process. The ability to prioritize and balance becomes very important. We’d like to hear about the ways you’ve embraced this in high school, because it’s a great (and necessary) skill for thriving here."
mit application essay questions - YouTube
Southpaw asked: "I've already submitted my application. I'd been hoping to submit an essay I wrote for a contest in the optional question but I didn't have a copy of the essay. I later emailed the essay contests people who sent me the essay, but unfortunately I've already submitted the app. What do I now? Should I forget about it, or is there a way to get it to admissions?"
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Acceptances with these essay(s): MIT; MIT Application Massachusetts Institute of Technology. help and sometimes to even challenge them with my questions and. The following prompts are from the 2014-15 admissions. MIT application essays that worked âMy love. and the passionately nerdy student population of MIT. Log into your MyMIT account for online application, application tracking Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Rather than asking you to write one long essay, the MIT application consists of several short response questions and essays designed to help us get to know you. Remember that this is not a writing test. These are the places in the application where we look for your voice - who you are, what drives you, what's important to you, what makes you tick. Be honest, be open, be authentic - this is your opportunity to connect with us.
You should certainly be thoughtful about your essays, but if you're thinking too much - spending a lot of time stressing or strategizing about what makes you "look best", as opposed to the answers that are honest and easy - you're doing it wrong.
We do expect that applicants will follow the word limits provided on the application for the essays and shorter response questions. Keep in mind that the system counts both words and characters. The system will dictate the allowed length of your responses. Your information will not be saved if the responses are too long. You may have to "play" with your thoughts and sentences a bit to meet the limits.