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Sheet1 Page 1 here is a collection of lots of sops of lots of seniors. browse. according to chacko.. (addressed to our batch) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ > As for SOPs, don't worry too much. All of you have good writing skills as > I can see from your various news postings! Anyway, my advice on this > matter is: > [1] Have a look at some SOPs *now* or early next sem. > [2] When it's time to write your own SOP, do it *fully* by yourself. Do > not look at anybody else's SOP. > [3] Having made version 1.0 of your SOP, *now* take a look at as many > SOPs as you can of guys in your area. Borrow points from then which > you think are good. > [4] Your SOP does not have to be too big. We at IITB tend to write long > SOPs (1.5 to 2 pages) whereas IITM guys (who get better schols!) > usually write 0.75 page (max. 1 page). Basically, their SOPs are much > more direct and to-the-point than ours. > [5] REMEMBER THAT A SOP *MUST* BE ORIGINAL. also look at ~dubby/phundej for some more sop stuff. -- Sitaram Iyer <[email protected]> [Part 2, Application/X-TEX 5.7KB] [Unable to print this part] [Part 3, Application/X-TEX 5.2KB] [Unable to print this part] [Part 4, Application/X-TEX 5.6KB] [Unable to print this part] [Part 5, Application/X-TEX 4.4KB] [Unable to print this part] [Part 6, Application/X-TEX 5.7KB] [Unable to print this part] [Part 7, Application/X-TEX 4.9KB] [Unable to print this part] [ Part 8: "Attached Text" ] >From sid Tue Dec 3 05:45:26 1996 Return-Path: sid
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Sheet1 Page 2 Received: (from [email protected]) by cse.iitb.ernet.in (8.7.5/8.7.3) id FAA08827 for amitc Date: Tue, 3 Dec 1996 05:45:26 +0530 (IST) From: "Siddhartha A. Mathur" <sid> Subject: Moses's SOP Message-Id: <[email protected]> Content-Type: text Status: RO >From [email protected] Mon Dec 2 23:46:52 1996 Return-Path: [email protected] Received: from bhishma.cse.iitb.ernet.in (bhishma [144.16.111.25]) by cse.iitb.ernet.in (8.7.5/8.7.3) with ESMTP id XAA06620 Received: (from [email protected]) by bhishma.cse.iitb.ernet.in (8.7.Beta.13/8.7.Beta.13) id XAA13953 Date: Mon, 2 Dec 1996 23:47:13 +0530 (IST) From: Raghavan K V <[email protected]> Message-Id: <[email protected]> To: [email protected] Subject: Moses' SOP Reply-to: [email protected] Status: RO Statement of Purpose I am applying to Stanford University for admission to the Ph.D. program in Computer Science. I am interested in Theoretical Computer Science, particularly in the Design and Analysis of Approximation Algorithms, Combinatorics and Complexity Theory. My interest in Mathematics goes back to the time I was at school. This interest has only grown through my years in school and high school, as I have learnt more and more about the subject. Having represented India at the International Mathematical Olympiads on two occasions, I have been exposed to elements of Discrete Mathematics, particularly Combinatorics and Graph Theory, outside the regular school curriculum at an early stage. The intensive training programs we were put through for the Olympiads have given me a lot of confidence in dealing with abstract mathematical problems. d My exposure to Computer Science began after I entered the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay.
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