I know that for many applications for entrances, aspirants must write out their vocation story/personal statement. For one of my classes, I have to actually write a personal statement. Because my professor is amesome and has been told about my nunderful future, she's totally fine with me writing mine as if I'm applying for entrance into a religious community. Actually, she told me "I really hope you are writing yours as if you are entering the convent." (She also loves Jane Austen and old cathedrals. Again, she's amesome).
Do you all have any suggestions? I've written some of it, but then I get stuck. She said this is harder than normal personal statements (everyone else in my class is doing theirs for med school or law school or just graduate school).
Thank you so much!
Edited by LaPetiteSoeur, 15 February 2012 - 05:49 PM.