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Creating an Effective Graduate School Personal Statement

Location: Kilohana Writing Center First Floor Mookini Library

Students applying to graduate school are invited to one of two sessions intended to provide them with tips and suggestions to write effective personal statements to accompany their applications.

For more information, contact: karlah@hawaii.edu 932-7287

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