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I read a lot of prompts from different schools and it seems while many suggest a persuasive topic, many leave the topic selection up to the applicant. Is it understood that we should only write a personal statement that displays our ability to pick one side and argue for it?
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Not necessarily. Just convince them that you're awesome or, if you're not, that they nevertheless want you at their school.
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yes, unless your numbers speak for themselves.
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you should persuade them to accept you. that's the only persuasive argument you should make.
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