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Tyler59

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Describe an experience you have had in interacting/relating with people whose backgrounds are different than your own. What did you learn from it? How did it change your perspective?

So this is a secondary prompt for a question, and questions like this seem to be a common occurrence. my question is if it says "an experience" is it wrong to talk about two different experiences? Should you just stick to one, or is it alright to talk about two?
 

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Why would you need to discuss both? Choose the experience that is most meaningful and which you can reflect upon most effectively. Better to have one fully-fleshed out topic than two half-baked ones.
 

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I think if they wanted two, they'd've asked for two.

Pick one and describe it well. Picking two will either dilute both or make the second look like fluff to fill in for a week first.
 
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