斯坦福本科申请代写 “A picture is worth a thousand words” as the adage goes. Attach a photograph (either online or hard copy with the paper application) no larger
“A picture is worth a thousand words” as the adage goes. Attach a photograph (either online or hard copy with the paper application) no larger than 5 x 7 inches that represents something important to you, and explain its significance.
The most important motto for me is “be yourself”.
I’m Yali Miao, a Chinese boy, average height, average weight. 斯坦福本科申请代写
I grew up in the university in which my parents are working. The university is a community full of knowledge and kindness. I can play in the streets along by poplars and peach blossoms without worrying about cars rushing by. I can walk to my classmates’ houses minutes away. We cut down and cook bamboo shoots, caught frogs and cicadas. Everyone I met was kind to me. They were always ready to help others.
The university is not my hometown. My grandparents and a lot of relatives live in the countryside, a village at the south bank of the Yangtze River. My family members have been farmers for generations until my parents became the first ones to receive the opportunity to attend a university. This was particularly impressive because at that time few people were permitted entrance at the college level.
Every year I return to my ancestral home for Spring Festival, I see so many poor people who have never left the village their entire life. I feel privileged. I’m so lucky because of my parents but I should never forget my hometown, my homeland, where most of the population is made up of poor farmers.
My greatest interest is natural science. 斯坦福本科申请代写
In the 9th grade when I first had chemistry class, I began to love it in the very first lesson. Once, after I looked into my school’s chemistry storage room, an overwhelming feeling of excitement took hold of me upon seeing so many small bottles of multi-colored solution neatly placed inside the cabinets. Then I couldn’t help myself so I climbed through the window into the storage room. I always dreamed about these moments everyday until I had my own lab. It was like a fantasy to me. Inside the lab, I conducted any interesting experiment as I want. I not only turned my finger brown accidentally with potassium permanganate, but also produced chlorine for the first time. I couldn’t believe it at first until I smelt the annoying odor which made me feel uncomfortable all day.
However, I was more proud of the theories I discovered in physics including (1/u+1/v=1/f) the equation of the imaging of the lens, the perfect concave mirror being not a part of the sphere but the paraboloid, etc. You can’t imagine how excited I was when I finished the calculation of the reflection of the light ray on the paraboloid and proved the textbook wrong. In the 11th grade when I was in Nanjing University, I joined a sophomore research team (about 8 people, all students) which was studying the Brazil Nut Effect. This experience showed me a lively image of what I could do at the university level. Meanwhile, I realized the lack of university funds in China and this is one of the reasons why I want to study in the US.
“Li” is the name that was given to me by my father. 斯坦福本科申请代写
It means to be independent. It was my father’s hope and I tried in every way to be like that. I first cooked lunch when I was 9. I first took a train alone when I was 15. I love to go to a new place, meet strange people and make friends with them. I love to hold maps and take walks though every street of any city, fascinated by the neon light as well as impressed by the ancient lanes and the stony paths. I love the whole DIY idea and always take care of things by myself. I’m a man with a mission. I have made big decisions all by myself. My life is filled with aims and accomplishments.
Although there are times that I fail, I am never regretful because I know I’ve tried my best. I’m proud of my aim-plan-efficiency theory. We can have a plan if only with an aim; we can have efficiency if only with a plan. I love challenges and I’m always confident about what I’m doing. That’s why I took part in a competition mostly of 12th grade guys when I was in the 11th grade. That’s why I could stand the loneliness living by myself for over a month at Nanjing University before all of my teammates had arrived. That’s why even after being admitted into Tsinghua and Peking University, I am still applying to Stanford from a country where barely any applicants were admitted. I know what I’m doing and I always will.