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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 (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 []) by (8.7.5/8.7.3) with ESMTP id XAA06620 Received: (from [email protected]) by (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
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