The supplemental essay asks what change I'm going to make. As I'm an artist, I want to spread the true idea with my art and use my artistic sight to show my colleagues the true image and prove my innocence. In other words, spread what I want with the global language of art.
Tying your past experiences with your current motivations is definitely good to put in essays. I am assuming that the bullying you faced due to other people's perception (and perhaps misunderstanding) of your religion is what brought you to want to communicate your true image through art, which I think is a very good connection.
Try to use specific experiences and connect them to your feelings (and eventually your passions). People have an inherent want to feel understood, so chances are the reader will be able to sympathize at least in that way. Build off that mutual human experience with details that make it personal to your story. If you are able to do that I think this would be a very strong essay choice.
Hi there @MohammedAwara,
I agree with other users here - I think crafting a narrative of bullying in your past and your decision to use art to spread positivity in the world is a powerful message that can definitely make for a good essay!
I've linked an article on our site that you might find helpful resources as your write: https://blog.collegevine.com/cliche-college-essay-topics/
Hope this helps and good luck with writing!
If you can effectively tie that into your essay, then yes. Is your art related to your religion and part of why you were bullied?
First things first, if you show the prompt that would be helpful. I think that it would be great to talk about the bullying you faced if you can show how you overcame it and what you learned from it. I'm not sure how art connects into that, but maybe you used art as a way to overcome that bullying. Either way, if that had a large enough impact on you, itd be a great topic!
Hope that helps!
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