Applicants to Brown are neither required nor expected to provide additional materials as part of the admission process, but the opportunity to do so is available to any candidate. You may use the Application Summary Page if you have updates or additional materials that you would like to share with Brown. Examples include a resume, poetry or a brief writing sample, abstract of scientific research or an independent research project, and any additional information that you were unable to include in your Common Application. A few things to note:
This is what you need to do: prepare for SAT and Subject Tests (given six times a year overseas); research your college choices regarding majors; campus environment; clubs; international community on-campus; contact the international student advisor at these colleges. This is what we'll do: empower and guide you through the difficult . college application process and its challenging essay requirements… to successfully communicate your character, your academic passions, and your reasons for wanting to study in America — with your voice and with your conviction.