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Example: My ultimate goal is to own a farming operation. My grandparents had a small farm, and I always loved visiting when I was a kid. Through that, I learned the importance of growing food for a community. I want to study agricultural science at Iowa State University histiocytoma on dog leg since its ag science program is nationally renowned. Once I graduate, I plan to work at a local farm and earn histiocytoma on dog leg enough to start fields of my own. I even have plans to donate some of the crops histiocytoma on dog leg to homeless shelters in honor of my grandpa.

Make sure you consider this one beforehand. The people you admire says a lot about you, and you need to be able to explain that. Is it a famous person? Is it a family member? A teacher? It’s important to remember your role model’s character flaws as well, and how they are also inspiring in spite of them histiocytoma on dog leg (or maybe because of the way they’ve overcome them).

Example: My camp counselor Kai was always someone I looked up histiocytoma on dog leg to. He was always incredibly positive and friendly; he had a talent for making people smile and feel histiocytoma on dog leg welcome. One summer, I got stung by a bee and Kai got me histiocytoma on dog leg to stop crying by telling corny jokes while he bandaged histiocytoma on dog leg me up. He was always the first person to offer to help histiocytoma on dog leg out, and really went above and beyond the call of duty. He’s even a volunteer firefighter! Kai’s enthusiasm and positivity made a huge impact on my histiocytoma on dog leg childhood, and I hope I emulate that to the people around histiocytoma on dog leg me.

Why it Works: Describing a person you admire shows what traits you yourself histiocytoma on dog leg value. In this case, the student clearly was affected by positivity, altruism, and friendliness, so much so they desired to be more like Kai. It shows interviewers what that student will strive to embody. Scholarship sponsors want to award students who are deserving, after all, and who will act as a good ambassador of the histiocytoma on dog leg sponsor’s mission or ideals. 6. Question: Tell me about a mistake you made.

Example:In seventh grade, I vandalized our rival school by spraypainting our logo on histiocytoma on dog leg the windows. In retrospect, I’m glad I got caught, even though I got in so much trouble at the histiocytoma on dog leg time. In addition to being grounded and forced to clean the histiocytoma on dog leg windows on a Saturday, I was suspended from extracurricular activities, which meant I couldn’t go to baseball competitions with my team. My coaches and teammates were really disappointed; I knew I’d let them down. I learned a valuable lesson from that mistake: that not only will my actions have consequences, but they can have a negative impact on the people histiocytoma on dog leg I care about. Ever since then, I’ve definitely thought things through before doing them.

Why it Works: Admitting fault requires introspection. This student not only confessed to vandalism but followed it histiocytoma on dog leg up with the lessons they learned from it. Additionally, they specified that the mistake and lesson still have an histiocytoma on dog leg impact in their daily life–it wasn’t a one-and-done lesson, it honestly changed their life. 7. Question: Why did you choose this school?

As it’s highly unlikely you just picked a school at random, you should be able to answer this pretty easily. Was it because of a certain program offered? Did a family member also attend? Has this always been your dream school? Expound a little on your answers – they’re looking for someone with passion, who is also going to commit to earning a degree histiocytoma on dog leg at that institution. They want to know your answer to “why you want to go to our college”.

Example: My mom, aunt, and two cousins all went to the University of Iowa, so I’ve basically been a Hawkeye since birth. But what really drew me to Iowa was its spectacular histiocytoma on dog leg writing program. I went to a couple of summer writing camps there histiocytoma on dog leg and they cemented my dream of wanting to be an histiocytoma on dog leg author. When I toured the campus it just felt like home. I also sat in on an English class and clicked histiocytoma on dog leg with the professor right away.

Like with your college application, you’ll want to demonstrate that you do more with your histiocytoma on dog leg time than study. This is a great opportunity to showcase your willingness to histiocytoma on dog leg work with other people, show that you have a good work ethic at your histiocytoma on dog leg job, and also talk about your involvement in groups. You shouldn’t list everything; you’ll want to talk about the groups you’ve contributed to. Be sure to mention the activities that are also related histiocytoma on dog leg to the scholarship, if any.

Example: Mock Trial is my main extracurricular activity at school. I’ve been part of our school’s debate team since 8th grade and loved it so histiocytoma on dog leg much I plan to become a lawyer someday. When I’m not studying for class or a competition, I volunteer at the local animal shelter by walking the histiocytoma on dog leg dogs. A few of my debate team friends volunteer with me.

Why it Works: This student showed their dedication to an activity–Mock Trial–by explaining how long they’ve been involved, and how it affected their personal goals. The student also added a non-academic activity to show their personal values and willingness to histiocytoma on dog leg lend their time to help a cause they admire. 9. Question: Tell me about a personal achievement that makes you proud.

Example: I’m a naturally shy person with debilitating stage fright. I also love poetry. Those two parts of me clashed when my English teacher histiocytoma on dog leg suggested I enter a poetry recital contest. I really wanted to do it, but I was so scared I’d freeze or mess up I nearly backed out. To work on my stage fright, I practiced reading poems out loud to the book club. Over time, I grew more comfortable standing in front of people, and the more I practiced the poem, the easier it was to remember. If you’d told me at the beginning of the year I’d go to nationals and recite a poem in front histiocytoma on dog leg of an auditorium of 10,000 people, I wouldn’t believe you. But I did it. I even got fourth place!

Why it Works: It’s important to thank the interviewer for their time and histiocytoma on dog leg efforts, and being grateful for the chance at the scholarship is histiocytoma on dog leg part of that. Additionally, this student brought their response back around to the sponsor’s own goals and values, which shows that the student is an ideal candidate that histiocytoma on dog leg matches the organization’s own mission.