Personal Statement: A statement about your interest in the Undergraduate Program in Mathematics at UW will help us evaluate your application. Please take this seriously and use it to help us get a deeper picture of you beyond your grades. We would like to know about your educational and/or career goals, and how you expect to further them by studying mathematics. *
You may include other relevant information such as one of the following: An interesting mathematical experience outside of the classroom or mathematically relevant experience in the classroom at UW.Your best course, or your best performance in a course, at UW. Why was it your best? It can be any course, not necessarily one in mathematics. An experience in the last 12 months that made you feel good, where you performed well, and others acknowledged that you did well.You may also use this statement to address elements of your application that might concern the admissions committee, and misrepresent your potential.The Undergraduate Program in Mathematics actively seeks and welcomes students with diverse backgrounds, experiences and perspectives. You may describe how your personal history (family, educational, cultural, and economic background) has influenced your intellectual development, interests, career plans, and goals. Statements should be limited to half a page in length. 2000 character limit, including spaces.

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