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SOP template

 I. Introduction

A.Introduce who you are as a person and a student.Tell the reader where you are going to school, what you are studying in

B. State the goals of your essay. Highlight the purpose of your statement in a clear and coherent manner and tell the reader what you are trying to accomplish with this essay. (i.e. showing the admissions board why you are the perfect fit for their school)

II. Highlight Your Goals and Discuss Your Future

A. State what your goals are for your post-undergraduate academic career:

1. Why you are attending graduate school.

2. The area of study you are looking to specialize in.

3. Why you have chosen that area of study.

B. Highlight your future professional goals and plans:

1. What you hope your graduate degree will help you do.

2. Your long term professional plans.

3. How graduate studies will help you reach your goals.

C. Discuss how you have been working towards this future so far:

1. Highlight your academic background and what you have been doing to prepare yourself to reach your academic and professional goals (i.e. classes you have taken)

2. Discuss the extra-curricular activities you have been doing to help you reach your goals (i.e. research projects, independent study and internships)

 III.  Explain Extra Achievements and Past Special Conditions

A. Explain past achievements such as awards or jobs you have done in the past that show who you are as a person and as a student.

B. Do not be modest and highlight anything impressive you have done that can relate to who you are as a person or your future success as a graduate student, that is not in your resume or application.

C. Explain problems or inconsistencies in your records.

1. Do not make excuses but explain in a positive manner things like bad semesters or poor grades.

2. Include experiences such as heavy 35 hour a week workloads on top of your academic schedule.

IV.  Relate How You Fit into the Program

A. Show that you have researched the school and that you know the goals of the program you are applying to.

B. Explain what has drawn you to the program and why you are applying.

C. Relate the research you have done on the school to your own goals and experiences showing why you would be the ideal fit for the program.

D. Relay not only what the school can do for you but what you can do for the school.

V. Powerful closing

A.Finish your statement of purpose by reiterating the purpose of your essay as you explained in your introduction.

B. Finish the essay on a powerful note that will leave the admissions board with the idea that you should be accepted into their program.