By Michele A. Hernández
With such a lot of certified candidates, festival for faculty admissions is fiercer than ever. you can now positioned your self sooner than the pack via making your program flawless!
When employing for faculty, stable grades and excessive standardized try out ratings are usually not constantly adequate to assure admission. What units you aside, argues Michele Hernández, is how you describe your self on your program. yet how do you current your self with aptitude, and spotlight your entire abilities, talents, and passions, in exactly a number of pages?
A former assistant director of admissions at Dartmouth collage, Dr. Hernández takes you step by step during the complete program method, revealing the main points that make or holiday an applicant. From the multitude of brief and longer essays to the myriad of charts, lists, and private facts sections, she bargains crucial recommendation, necessary anecdotes, and shiny examples. incorporated are:
• A line-by-line examine the typical application
• the reality concerning the essays, with samples of these that made the grade
• how one can ask for instructor and information counselor recommendations
• whilst to supply schools with not obligatory essays and peer evaluations
• the 10 universal myths and misconceptions of the on-campus interview
• the main significant educational topics, paintings event, and extracurricular actions to mention
• Early motion as opposed to early decision—the exchange offs
With this useful, savvy publication, potential university students—and their mom and dad and counselors—can now tremendously enhance their probabilities of stepping into the varsity in their selection.
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The primary way in which Llwyd does this in the Breviary is to argue for the importance of the Welsh language. According to Llwyd, Welsh provides the only means to uncover the reality about the ancient past of the island. He represents Welsh as the key that unlocks the ‘truth’ about the British History. For example, he writes at the opening of the Breviary: I purpose to entreate a lytle of the knowledge of the Britysh tongue, of the signification of the Letters, and the maner of pronouncinge the same.
Llwyd also translates from Roman histories that charted the conquest of Britain. Here he shows how the ancient Britons were heroes because of their courage in resisting the Romans. As Llwyd reveals, the Roman colonizers themselves praised the Britons for their bravery. Caesar, for example, wrote that ‘the Britaynes fought valiantly agaynst the Romans, and that they troubled them very much’ (sig. M4v). Tacitus also commended ‘the puissant deedes of Cataracus, agaynst the people of Rome’ (sig. M4r).
Roger A. Mason (Edinburgh, 1987), pp. 60-84 (pp. 62-3). 19 Hadfield, Shakespeare, Spenser and the Matter of Britain, p. 7. 20 Kate Chedgzoy, ‘The Civility of Early Modern Welsh Women’, pp. 162-81 (p. 162). 17 Writing Wales, from the Renaissance to Romanticism – Jones 26 There were a number of notable Welsh humanists engaged in writing history in the early modern period. Sir John Prise wrote the Historiae Brytannicae Defensio around 1545, although his work went unpublished until 1573. 21 Vergil had used the evidence of classical historians, such as Julius Caesar and Cornelius Tacitus, to question the authenticity of Geoffrey’s narrative, to great public outrage.