If you are applying to grad school, you will probably have to write a statement of purpose (SOP), it is the hardest thing you will ever write. Usually it will be one or two pages in length, your statement of purpose can make you or break you. If you just focus on conveying your interests and experiences using specific, vivid details, however, you can write a statement of purpose that stands out good and excites admissions committees. So lets us see how to write statement of purpose.
SOP Chronology Order
1. Come Up with a "hook"
All of us have had some event, some experience, you have to really dig.
Admissions committees will expect that every applicant is excited to study the field they are applying for, whether it’s engineering, history, or anything in between.
If you want to stand out, you’ll have to start with an attention-grabbing hook that explains exactly why you are motivated to pursue advanced study in your field. Be introspective.
Don't settle for "I love this field." Instead, write about why do you love this field? Why do you want to work in this field for the rest of your life? Why does it complete you?
Cut through the bull you tell your parents and relatives and friends. Be honest and truthful, you have to find it and then find a memorable way to say it.
Grad schools require the statement of purpose not only because they want to find about you as an applicant.
They want you to really think about why you are taking such a life-changing step — truly and profoundly why.