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时间:2011-08-24 10:33 作者:admin

我们有幸得到一些客户的许可,在这里推出一系列他们的申请文书,作为样品, 造福留学路上的后来者。

Electronics

1)   Personal Statement
As Harbin Institute of Technology’s first and, currently, only student studying toward three simultaneous degrees in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, and Business Administration, I am often asked by my peers where I gathered all the energy to even think about doing this. My answer to them is that if they had lived their childhood in a remote isolated town like mine, a place with virtually no learning opportunities,  and then one day through their efforts, they had the chance to study at one of China’s top Science and Engineering universities, it would be only natural that they would want to devote all they have to absorb the world of information available to them. Realizing no student from our small town’s high school had ever gone to college, my parents, with great expectations for me, sent me away to live with my grandparents in the city the year I finished elementary school. At age 11, I assumed the responsibility of becoming a top student in my class and taking good care of my often sick and aged grandparents. Those days were tough. I was so eager to please my parents and to fill the mixed determination and guilt they felt for letting me leave home to break a path for my future at such a young age that I not only worked diligently at school but also did all the labor at my grandparents’ house.
My hard work paid off. In***, at age 17, I was admitted as the youngest student in my class to the school of my dreams, III. Majoring in Electrical Engineering, I was ranked second in my class in my freshman year and won a Freshman Scholarship. Due to my excellent academic performance, when an opportunity to major in Business Administration, in addition to Electrical Engineering, came during my sophomore year, I did not hesitate to throw myself into this program. This special program requires an average GPA of 80/100 and a “pass” grade on every final exam. Failure to meet these requirements would result in automatic disqualification in the second major. Engaging in this program certainly doubled my workload. However, I deem it worthwhile since the experience stretched my potentials, improved my abilities on a broader scale, and provided me with a wider vision than that of my peers. Though this process was difficult, requiring many midnight study sessions in poorly lit and even more poorly heated student dormitories, I managed to maintain the No.2 standing in my class.
My desire to take full advantage of III’s dynamic academic atmosphere and my positive experiences of succeeding in two majors boosted my confidence and drove me to take on further challenges. In my junior year, I enrolled myself in the Computer Science program as my minor. This program requires an average minimum GPA of 75/100 and “pass” on every final exam. Although the additional coursework required me to give up even more of my virtually nonexistent free time, I greatly enjoyed learning various aspects of Computer Science, including software programming and hardware design. My computer knowledge has benefited me greatly in my current research. My optimistic character, high intelligence, determined attitude, and, most of all, my persistent hard work won me a Research Assistant position in a research group led by Professor FFF, a well-known scientist in the Electrical Engineering field and a distinguished faculty member at our university. I was so intrigued by our research that instead of returning home that summer, I spent my entire break conducting research on the “Use of CCD Digital Cameras in Satellites.” Our research currently focuses on two aspects: (1) simulating and modulating the CCD digital camera, and (2) building data structures and programming adapted software to interpret the data.
Through this research, I gained substantial firsthand experiences in applying the theories I have learned in classes to real life research. After painstaking efforts of testing and validating various models, our group succeeded in setting up a working model. We are now working to find good algorithms to integrate with the data.
Professor FFF was so deeply impressed by my excellent performance and maturity that he suggested I go abroad to pursue graduate study. To prepare for this, adding to my already full workload, I used my early mornings and late nights to study for the TOEFL and GRE and took them in my junior year. As a result, I successfully passed the most intensive period of my academic career to date and scored a high***on the GRE.  
Every time my friends ask me how I can handle all my responsibilities, I tell them if a person enjoys what they are doing, the workload seems much lighter. As much as I am interested in my studies, I have not limited myself to only classes and researches. I served as the Vice Student Chairman of my class, as well as the Student Representative for several courses. I am an active member of III’s reading and dancing clubs. Reading is my hobby. I enjoy reading biographies of great people such as Einstein, Fayman, Bill Gates, Carnegie, Napoleon, and Hill. I am also very interested in Psychology and have read many books by Freud and Jung. Reading in my spare time not only helps me relax but also constantly lifts my spirits and gives me with more energy to go further.
As I am graduating from college with three degrees, I am looking forward to going even further than what I have accomplished so far. Looking back on my difficult experiences at a young age and my determination to succeed at whatever tasks I set my eyes on in college, I am proud that I have become a goal-oriented man with integrity, diligence, and determination. I have become the person that my parents had hoped I would become. I have full confidence that I will succeed in your prominent program. I plan to devote all my energy to conduct research with your distinguished professors and to continue to excel.

2)     Statement of Purpose
A debate has existed since the last century about whether or not a machine will ever be able to imitate all that a human being does. Can we possibly create thinking, feeling, and intelligent beings? This question is the driving force behind my strong interest in Artificial Intelligence (AI). My aspiration to be an AI scientist dates back to my early childhood. Artificial Intelligence is so intriguing to me that I have always been totally fascinated by the splendid expectations of the future of AI technology. Even though there have been no great breakthroughs in AI field over the past twenty years, there are still some people working hard on it. I am one of those who believe that one day AI will contribute to the world in its magic way, but not the way of “Terminators” in sci-fi movies.
I began my research in the field of Artificial Intelligence when I was a graduate student at XX University. In XXXX, my first AI model, “Neural Network System for Test” (Version 1.0, Alfa), was used for model recognition and was successfully developed independently by applying feed forward NNs and Hebb study rules. I then developed the Beta version with feed forward NNs and Backpropagation algorithm, also called the supervised learning model and widely used in some practical fields. Following these two successful models, I started to develop the “Neural Network System for Test” (Version 1.0, Gamma) with advanced inheritance algorithm, and Hopfield feedback network system (Version 1.0, Theta) to simulate a dynamic nonlinear system. Additionally, with the programming experience of these AI models, I developed a new algorithm for computer graphics that was published on Computer Graphics “20XX International Academic Publishers”. These experiences have given me a great opportunity to understand the nature of Artificial Intelligence, and have strengthened my confidence to become a scientist.
Although I have achieved many successes in developing AI models and algorithms in the past three years, I still feel that I have not dug deep enough in the AI field. As I proceed with my research, I have come to realize that a more advanced and systematical study of Artificial Intelligence and Algorithm is necessary for my future research career as a scientist. In many people’s eyes, AI is simply a kind of trivial “Computing Technology” based on its mathematical theory; however, I believe that someday in the near future, our dream of “self-evolution of machines” will surely come true. For the pursuit of this dream, I believe that  a pursuit of a Ph.D. degree is the indispensable way to deepen my knowledge and understanding of the AI world.
Your university is ideal for me. It has a distinguished educational and research reputation. But what has impressed me most is that many of your on-going projects are similar to mine. If admitted to your program, I will be able to make full use of my research experience to finish this degree. My solid background in Artificial Intelligence (especially machine learning) and algorithm design and analysis will help me more in the following topics, both theoretically and experimentally:
Artificial Neural Network.
Multi-Agent Learning.
Computer Graphics Algorithm
I am confident that my diverse research experience, firm commitment to Artificial Intelligence and algorithm have qualified me to undertake different challenges. I look forward to fulfilling my dream by working efficiently and  hard at your esteemed institute 

 

Law School PS Sample1

My previous trips to Calcutta had not prepared me. I had seen women and children begging on the street for money, but I did not know what to expect as I made my way through Calcutta's twisting, claustrophobic streets. My lungs filled with the delightfully pungent aroma of Indian spices and incense as I turned a corner and faced the gates of Mother Teresa's orphanage.

Entering the premises, I was struck by a curious sight. Children, obviously quite ill, were playing and laughing on the grounds and enjoying the modest toys, which had been donated to them. Infants, thin and malnourished, were clothed in clean, colorful outfits so cheerful that they almost outshone their wearers' concerns. It was a different world from the desperate Calcutta streets I had just left. The experience was very significant for me. I suddenly realized how a hopeful and optimistic environment could transform even the direst conditions. The children inside the orphanage were no richer than those begging on the street, but they had the benefit of a caring environment, which transformed their poverty-stricken lives into something resembling a normal childhood. There is no solution to, and certainly no justification for, childhood suffering, but it is important that we play our own small roles in consoling and helping young victims of poverty.

Since my initial visit in ####, I have returned multiple times to Mother Teresa's orphanage to volunteer my time with the children. I have also been involved in helping adolescents with emotional, social, and behavioral problems at the Children's Assessment Centre. Currently, I devote two or three hours to the "Junior Achievement Program" in my city's elementary school by lending my hand, my advice, and my support to the children. These volunteer experiences have given me the chance to improve the community, but I now want to do something more substantial.

I realize that injustice and suffering in the world are too widespread to be solved through volunteer activity. Consequently, I want to attack the roots of these problems and play a more substantial role in the defense of defenseless victims. This is why I am attracted to the law.

The legal profession will draw upon my interest in social justice and give me the chance to aid individuals by offering legal advice. I learned through my work at Mother Teresa's orphanage that commitment to others can lead to great results. I now want to apply this lesson to the law. At first, my practice may only help one person at a time. Eventually, I hope to impact entire communities, cities, and even states. In terms of career aspirations, I wish to spend a few years after passing the bar practicing law to gain practical experience and to help individuals directly. After that, I want to direct my energies toward teaching the law, since I believe this is the best way to impact the future of society. A single lawyer can help some, but a law professor can inspire generations of jurists to pursue social justice. I have always been very inquisitive and interested in the pursuit of knowledge for its own sake. As an undergraduate in McGill University's economics department, I wrote a thesis on Islamic banking practices. I chose the topic after encountering an article that claimed that interest rates did not exist in religious Islamic countries. This puzzled me, and I decided to investigate the matter further. Poring through data from the World Bank and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, I discovered that such interest rates did exist, but that they were hidden and disguised within other economic transactions. Unraveling mysteries and testing hypotheses against data is the foundation of the legal profession, and I believe that I have the temperament and cognitive capability to excel in such work. I have gained exposure to the law through my work at the Bank of Canada as an Assistant Manager. Through my role as an investment and credit advisor, I am responsible for ensuring that clients receive the best financial advice possible. This often entails legal research on my part due to the complex legal issues that surround many credit and investment transactions. I have worked closely with the legal department of the bank and have learned a great deal about estate, collection, and repossession law. This work has enabled me to guide my clients more effectively and has also taught me to delegate tasks beyond my competency to more experienced experts in the field. I have seen the law in action, and I am intrigued by the complexity and subtly of this instrument. My study of the law, and my interest in applying it toward social justice, will be informed by my extensive travel experiences. I have traveled throughout Asia, from the crowded streets of Bangkok to my family's village in Northeast India. I have also experienced Western cultures, from attending university in Canada to studying abroad in Western Europe. These diverse experiences will give me a better perspective on the global implications of my work and will allow me to see how national laws influence the entire world community in the age of globalization. While I cannot hope to affect as much change as Mother Teresa's orphanage, I nonetheless feel an obligation to try. By studying law and by using it to address social ills across the globe, I will contribute to a society that is more equitable tomorrow than it is today. As a law school student, I look forward to sharing my experiences with my classmates and to learning the skills that will help me help otherss 


 

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