DogsArePeopleToo Posted January 26, 2017 Share Posted January 26, 2017 Hi everyone, I wanted to ask you about something: what do schools expect to get from applicants' policy essays? I have been asked by Fulbright to respond to the essay prompt below from the Sanford School. Am I supposed to show that I am already extremely good at grappling with policy stuff? That I know the theory? Or that I can think smartly about issues? Or is it really about judging my writing? Any feedback on how to approach policy essays would be greatly appreciated. ---- Policy Essay: Discuss a particular policy problem or challenge you have encountered in your work or that your country has faced. Describe the nature of the problem, and discuss some of the ways in which attempts were made to solve the problem, including your assessment of how well the solutions worked or failed. What might you now recommend to solve the problem? Please limit your response to one page Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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