I, like State University, constantly work to explore the limits of nature by exceeding expectations.
Long an amateur scientist, it was this drive that brought me to the University of Texas for its Student Science Training Program in 2013.
Review committees know what generic responses look like so specificity sells.
For as long as I can remember, I have dreamed of science.
Just the thought of participating in a project at this level of scientific rigor made me forget that this was supposed to be my summer break and I spent the first day eagerly examining every piece of equipment.
Even at first, when the whole research group sat there doing rote calculations and others felt like they were staring down the barrel of defeated purpose, I remained enthusiastic.What makes it particularly effective is not just its cohesive structure and elegant style but also the level of details the author uses in the response.By directly identifying the specific aspects of the university that are attractive to the writer, the writer is able to clearly and effectively show not only his commitment to his studies but – perhaps more importantly – the level of thought he put into his decision to apply.Science in all its forms fascinated me, but science projects in particular were a category all to themselves.To me, science projects were a special joy that only grew with time.Long-mesmerized by hobbies like my work with the FIRST Robotics team, I believe State University would be the best choice to continue to nurture my love for electrical and computer engineering.I have only scratched the surface in this ever evolving field but know that the technological potential is limitless.This emphasis on diversity can also be found in the variety of specialized departments found at State University.On top of its growing cultural and ethnic diversity, State University is becoming a master at creating a niche for every student.I even loved the electric feeling of anxiety as I waited for the results.Most of all, though, I loved the pursuit of science itself.