answer the question which accompanies the statement you select. This essay, usually 500 words, please display your critical and creative thinking.
Speaking about education, Dr. Martin Luther King once said, ‘‘The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character—that is the goal of true education.’’
Prompt 2 question:
Critical thinking is a central goal of Jesuit education, and at LMU you’ll be asked to think critically and intensively in every class. Dr. King suggests that critical thinking results in our ability to inform intelligence with character, and strengthen character with intelligence. Please talk about a situation that demanded critical thinking from you, and how your choices or decisions integrated intelligence and character.
On the rest of the 325 words:
Many applicants wish to tell us a little more about themselves. You are welcome (but not required) to submit an additional brief (250-500 words) autobiographical description if you would like us to know more about your background. You may also use this space if you would like to briefly state your reason for wishing to attend LMU and/or how you came to select your major.
* major : business
* age : 24
international student @ Irvine valley collage, my dreams is to get the best education, and to be professional.. I see my self graduating from this school and to give back to it a good student and a known business man.