Feedback on Personal Statement Draft? USC Film and Television Production MFA (1 Viewer)

rainydays

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Hi everyone!

I'm applying to USC for a film and television production MFA, and I was wondering if anyone would be able to give me some feedback on my personal statement? I'm a bit nervous because while it is really authentic, I'm afraid I may be pushing it to far. I'd really appreciate some feedback!
 

Ezra G.

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Hi Rainydays, I'd also consider giving feedback. I'm not sure how valuable it'd be as I'm also a prospective student and don't have any insider information. But I've had some similar questions about mine.
 

MFAman

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Send it to me and I'll take a look. I was accepted into USC's MFA program without an interview. I might be able to offer insight into how faculty may feel about your content.

Best of luck!
 
Hi everyone!

I'm applying to USC for a film and television production MFA, and I was wondering if anyone would be able to give me some feedback on my personal statement? I'm a bit nervous because while it is really authentic, I'm afraid I may be pushing it to far. I'd really appreciate some feedback!
Hello! I was wondering if you would give feedback on my personal statement! I am not feeling so strongly about it! Thank you so much!
 
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