Make connections 产生联系：
Be true to yourself 做自己：
Show what studentyou`ll be 你会成为什么样人：
Don`t overthink it 别想太多：
1、Some students havea background, identity, interest, or talent that is so meaningful they believetheir application would be incomplete without it. If this sounds like you, thenplease share your story.
2、The lessons we takefrom obstacles we encounter can be fundamental to later success. Recount atime when you faced a challenge, setback, or failure. How did itaffect you, and what did you learn from the experience?
3、Reflect on a timewhen you questioned or challenged a belief or idea. What prompted yourthinking? What was the outcome?
4、Describe a problemyou`ve solved or a problem you`d like to solve. It can be an intellectualchallenge, a research query, an ethical dilemma - anything that is of personalimportance, no matter the scale. Explain its significance to you and what stepsyou took or could be taken to identify a solution.
5、Discuss anaccomplishment, event, or realization that sparked a period of personal growthand a new understanding of yourself or others.
6、Describe a topic,idea, or concept you find so engaging that it makes you lose all track of time.Why does it captivate you? What or who do you turn to when you want to learnmore?
7、Share an essay onany topic of your choice. It can be one you`ve already written, one thatresponds to a different prompt, or one of your own design.
加州大学（University of California，简称UC）的本科申请系统是共用的。与2018年的申请文书要求一致，UC系统2019年的申请文书题目仍然要求申请者在所给的8个题目中任选4个来写，每篇文书不超过350个词。
1、Describe an exampleof your leadership experience in which you have positively influenced others,helped resolve disputes, or contributed to group efforts over time.
2、Every person has acreative side, and it can be expressed in many ways: problem solving, originaland innovative thinking, and artistically, to name a few. Describe how youexpress your creative side.
3、What would you sayis your greatest talent or skill? How have you developedand demonstrated thattalent over time?
4、Describe how youhave taken advantage of a significant educational opportunity or worked toovercome an educational barrier you have faced.
5、Describe the mostsignificant challenge you have faced and the steps you have taken to overcomethis challenge. How has this challenge affected your academic achievement?
6、Think about anacademic subject that inspires you. Describe how you have furthered thisinterest inside and/or outside of the classroom.
7、What have you doneto make your school or your community a better place?
8、Beyond what hasalready been shared in your application, what do you believe makes you standout as a strong candidate for admissions to the University of California?
CAAS，全称Coalition forAccess, Affordability, and Success，是由哈佛、耶鲁等83所美国高校共同创建一个新的大学申请系统，它于2016年4月上线，并于2016年暑期正式投入使用。CAAS在体现公平性上有一定改进，对于学生所付出的努力，有一定的判断标准，在申请大学的时候，再将自己每一年保存的材料提交给大学。
1、Tell a story fromyour life, describing an experience that either demonstrates your character orhelped to shape it.
2、Describe a timewhen you made a meaningful contribution to others in which the greater good wasyour focus. Discuss the challenges and rewards of making your contribution.
3、Has there been atime when you’ve had a long-cherished or acceptedbelief challenged? How did you respond? How did the challenge affect yourbeliefs?
4、What is thehardestpart of being a teenager now? What’s the bestpart? What advice would you give a younger sibling or friend (assuming theywould listen to you)?
5、Submit an essay ona topic of your choice.
1.【必写】Question 1 (Required)
How does theUniversity of Chicago, as you know it now, satisfy your desire for a particularkind of learning, community, and future? Please address with some specificityyour own wishes and how they relate to UChicago.
2. 【必写】Question2Extended Essay (Required; choose one)
1) Essay Option1
In 2015, thecity of Melbourne, Australia created a "tree-mail" service, in whichall of the trees in the city received an email address so that residents couldreport any tree-related issues. As an unexpected result, people began to emailtheir favorite trees sweet and occasionally humorous letters. Imagine this hasbeen expanded to any object (tree or otherwise) in the world, and share with usthe letter you’d send to your favorite.
2) Essay Option2
You’re on avoyage in the thirteenth century, sailing across the tempestuous seas. What if,suddenly, you fell off the edge of the Earth?
3) Essay Option3
The wordfloccinaucinihilipilification is the act or habit of describing or regardingsomething as unimportant or of having no value. It originated in the mid-18thcentury from the Latin words "floccus," "naucum,""nihilum," and "pilus"—all words meaning “of little use.”Coin your own word using parts from any language you choose, tell us itsmeaning, and describe the plausible (if only to you) scenarios in which itwould be most appropriately used.
4) Essay Option4
Lost your keys?Alohomora. Noisy roommate? Quietus. Feel the need to shatter windows for somereason? Finestra. Create your own spell, charm, jinx, or other means formagical mayhem. How is it enacted? Is there an incantation? Does it involve apotion or other magical object? If so, what`s in it or what is it? What does itdo?
5) Essay Option5
Imagine you’vestruck a deal with the Dean of Admissions himself, Dean Nondorf. It goes asfollows: you’re guaranteed admission to the University of Chicago regardless ofany circumstances that arise. This bond is grounded on the condition thatyou’ll obtain a blank, 8.5 x 11 piece of paper, and draw, write, sketch, shade,stencil, paint etc., anything and everything you want on it; your onlylimitations will be the boundaries of both sides on the single page. Now thecatch… your submission, for the rest of your life, will always be the firstthing anyone you meet for the first time will see. Whether it’s at a jobinterview, a blind date, arrival at your first Humanities class, before youeven say, “hey,” they’ll already have seen your page, and formulated that firstimpression. Show us your page. What’s on it, and why? If your piece is largelyor exclusively visual, please make sure to share a creator`s accompanyingstatement of at least 300 words, which we will happily allow to be on its own,separate page.
PS: This is acreative thought experiment, and selecting this essay prompt does not guaranteeyour admission to UChicago.
6) Essay Option6
In the spirit ofadventurous inquiry, pose your own question or choose one of our past prompts.Be original, creative, thought provoking. Draw on your best qualities as awriter, thinker, visionary, social critic, sage, citizen of the world, orfuture citizen of the University of Chicago; take a little risk, and have fun.
1. Short Answerquestions
1) Students atYale have plenty of time to explore their academic interests before committingto one or more major fields of study. Many students either modify theiroriginal academic direction or change their minds entirely. As of this moment,what academic areas seem to fit your interests or goals most comfortably?Please indicate up to three from the list provided.
2) Why do theseareas appeal to you? (100 words or fewer)
3) What is itabout Yale that has led you to apply? (125 words or fewer)
4) What inspiresyou? (35 words or fewer)
5) Yale’sresidential colleges regularly host conversations with guests representing awide range of experiences and accomplishments. What person, past or present,would you invite to speak? What question would you ask? (35 words or fewer)
6) You are teachinga Yale course. What is it called? (35 words or fewer)
7) Mostfirst-year Yale students live in suites of four to six people. What do you hopeto add to your suitemates’ experience? What do you hope they will add to yours?(35 words or fewer)
1) Think aboutan idea or topic that has been intellectually exciting for you. Why are youdrawn to it?
2) Reflect onyour engagement with a community to which you belong. How do you feel you havecontributed to this community?
3) Yalestudents, faculty, and alumni engage issues of local, national, andinternational importance. Discuss an issue that is significant to you and howyour college experience might help you address it.
Applicantssubmitting the Common Application: Please choose two of the topics above andrespond to each in 250 words or fewer.
Applicantssubmitting the Coalition Application: Please choose one of the topics above andrespond in 300 words or fewer. In addition to writing on your chosen topic,upload an audio file, video, image, or document you have created that ismeaningful to you and relates to your essay. Above your essay, include aone-sentence description of what you have submitted.
Please limityour upload to the following file types: mp3, mov, jpeg, word, pdf. Note thatadvanced editing of audio/video/image/documents is not necessary. While we arenot providing limits to the length of the material you upload, the AdmissionsOffice may not have time to review the entirety of your submission. Sometimes,less is more.
Uploads providedvia the Coalition Application will be reviewed by the Admissions Office only.If you wish to submit material that may be evaluated by Yale faculty, pleasesee our Supplementary Material instructions.
3. OptionalEngineering Essay - For Applicants submitting the Coalition Application orCommon Application
If you selectedone of the engineering majors, please tell us more about what has led you to aninterest in this field of study, what experiences (if any) you have had inengineering, and what it is about Yale’s engineering program that appeals toyou. Please respond in 300 words or fewer.
1. In additionto your Personal Statement, please choose two (2) of the short answer promptsbelow. Be thoughtful in your responses, but don’t stress about what the rightanswer might be. We just want to get to know you a bit better. Each responseshould be no more than 150 words.
1) What is yourfavorite fiction or non-fiction work (film, book, TV show, album, poem, orplay)? Why?
2) Whatmotivates you to learn?
3) What do youwant to bring from your community to the Emory University community?
4) In the age ofsocial media, what does engaging with integrity look like for you?
1. You’ll choosetwo of the following prompts to respond to in 200-250 words.
1) Tell us abouta peer who has made a difference in your life.
2) What do youhope will change about the place where you live?
3) What is onething that we don’t know about you that you want us to know?
4) What aboutyour background, or what perspective, belief, or experience, will help youcontribute to the education of your classmates at UNC?