Imaginary Posted August 15, 2013 Share Posted August 15, 2013 At this point in the process, I've read over and over again not to try to be "catchy" or "cute" in the lead in to the statement of purpose. That said, what does that mean? If a person has a work or works that have influenced all of their studies and will continue to do so in the future, is it considered effective to introduce the statement of purpose by discussing said works and then relating them to past studies and other interests? Any other tips for SOPs would also be appreciated. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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