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13-14. Essay Questions:
Use the spaces provided below to write any TWO essays chosen from the list of topics below.
Topic Choicesa. Elaborate on one of the three answers you provided above for question #12 that, in your mind, tells us the most about your unique experiences and identity as a learner.
b. Tell us about a situation in which you managed to communicate controversial ideas in a civil manner. How did you do so? What challenges did it pose, and what did you take away from the situation? What would have helped you communicate more effectively?c. Describe a situation in which you learned something complex on your own in a non-academic setting, and then applied that knowledge/experience to an unrelated, completely different classroom setting.
d. If (and only if) you plan to use your future career to address a specific change--a change NOT generally associated with your future major or career path as a whole: What are some of the ways that you would like to use Honors to prepare more deeply for that path? e. Write about the most interesting single intellectual conversation you've ever had with one of your peers about an academic question. What aspects of that one conversation impacted you, and how? Do not use dialogue or quotation; this question asks you to analyze and reflect as well as describe. f. Write about an unusual leadership experience you've had. What made it unusual, and how has it affected the ways you approach dissimilar situations?
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