• Check for grammatical and spelling errors.
  • Clearly state your interests and aspirations. This will help them to know you better.
  • You need to mention how you will be able to contribute to the department, which will benefit both sides. (sports, dance, theatre, community services, societies or clubs).
  • You need to do a little research about your desired college.
  • Do not provide any information that is not true about yourself. This may lead to cancellation of your admission form.
  • Avoid getting lengthy details on your family history or finances.
  • Give it a double-check.
  • Critically analyse your statement of purpose.
  • Your SOP should be simple and easy to read.
  • Do not overdo it.




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