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Question about Schulich, Richard ivey, Queens essays

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Anyone know when they are due? Also any tips, such as what topic to choose and how to present myself? Anything they are specifically looking for?

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The PSE & SE are your extracurricular resume that gives you an opportunity to tell us about yourself. We want to know who you are beyond your marks. Once you qualify academically, it's up to you to show us who you really are and why you want to study Business at Queen's.

We are looking for students who demonstrate clear thinking, diverse interests, leadership skills, involvement in supporting their school and community, an interest in international studies, enthusiasm, ambition, team skills, and an interest or some experience in business.

After you submit your application to OUAC, you will be asked to complete two separate documents that allow you to tell us your story.
1) The Personal Statement of Experience (PSE) has some questions for all Queen's applicants to complete.
2) The Supplementary Essay (SE) has questions for Commerce applicants to complete.

These two documents create your personal portfolio that will be reviewed by two members of the Commerce admission team. It is very important that you take the time and effort to plan and write both documents as complete, well-written essays that tell your story. It's important that your writing is clear and concise with proper grammar and no spelling mistakes. Tips: Carefully read and answer the PSE & SE questions to the best of your ability; a common error is that the applicant will write a response that does not address the specific question.
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