5224 Posted December 18, 2013 Share Posted December 18, 2013 It is said that you should mention professor and programs particularities in your statement of purpose in order to increase your chances of being accepted. But, aren´t the admission committee members tired of reading it, once and once again? Can they tell that what you state is not genuine? Can a Statement of Purpose seems to be hollow and resonant because, although you did a great SOP, It looks like you just followed the "Formula"? I am asking this because, maybe they are not interested in that kind of information since they know that students can simply make a vague research of the program and to mention some of their centers, professor, facilities, etc. 5224 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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