There are some writing works for graduate application

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I am doing my graduate application for 5 school. So there are some writing requirement what I hope you can finish. All requirement I will post. Please remeber I graduated from MSU Media & Information major. And all program i am applying are game design trend.

RIT: Graduate program: Visual Communication Design MFA (interaction design option) 1). Please upload a personal statement describing your educational objectives. You may wish to address: (1) why you are applying for the program, (2) how your degree program will relate to your long-range career objectives, (3) what personal or “non-academic” qualities you will contribute to the learning environment in your program, (4) what prior experience you have with respect to your chosen program, and (5) specifically why you want to attend RIT. 2). A writing sample is not a requirement for your program, however, you may choose to upload a writing sample to support your application. Your writing sample may be an example of your research, publications, project or other scholarly written work. A sample of critical writing from any discipline. The document should be either a previous academic paper or a sample of your professional writing. The purpose of this piece is to show us your ability to write at the level of a college graduate at minimum. Please do not submit creative writing pieces or papers with editing and grading marks on them. Graduate program: MS in Games & Playable media 1). Please describe your plans for graduate study or research and for your future occupation or profession. Include any information that may aid the selection committee in evaluating your preparation and qualifications for graduate study at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Recommended length is a concise 2-4 pages. Be sure to check the content to make sure you have the correct graduate school listed - UC Santa Cruz - before submitting. Include your name in the footer of each page of your Statement of Purpose. 2). Required of all applicants. This statement will be used in conjunction with your application for graduate admission and financial support. Note that the Personal History Statement should not duplicate the Statement of Purpose. Recommended length is a concise 1-3 pages. UC Santa Cruz is interested in a diverse and inclusive graduate student population. In an essay, discuss how your personal background informs your decision to pursue a graduate degree. Include any educational, familial, cultural, economic, or social experiences, challenges, or opportunities relevant to your academic journey; how you might contribute to social or cultural diversity within your chosen field; and/or how you might serve educationally underrepresented segments of society with your degree. NYU: Major:Game Design 1).Tell us your personal vision for how you can impact the world of games. 2.) Critical Analysis Provide a thoughtful analysis of a game you know well. We are not looking for a description of the game but instead you should demonstrate some original insight into the game. For example: what does or doesn't work about the game, what would you change about the game, or what is an interesting aspect of the game that an average player might not notice. No more than 1 page, in PDF format. MSU Major: Media & Information (MA) (Games and Transmedia Focus) 1): Personal Statement If you choose to submit your personal statement separately from the online application, please mail it to the appropriate department. Your personal statement should include information about how your background and life experiences, including social, economic, cultural, familial, educational, or other opportunities or challenges motivated you to pursue a graduate degree. 2) Academic Statement If you choose to submit your academic statement separately from the online application, please mail it to the appropriate department. Please provide a concise academic statement of your plans for graduate study, your career goals, and how MSU's graduate program will help you meet your career and educational objectives. The University of Utah Major: Master of Entertainment Arts and Engineering (Technical Art Track) • 1). Personal Statement: The personal statement should be a description of your background, why you want to pursue a career in games, what goals you are interested in pursuing in the industry, and how you feel this degree program will help you accomplish your goals. The statement should be approximately 2 – 3 pages, double spaced.

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Research Strategy
Background and Significance
Physical activity results to neuromuscular adaptations in both animals and human beings
as it has significant metabolic and functional adaptations. Unlike animals in human beings,
physical activity is associated with multiple entities that are characterized by specific thresholds
and modes that are well defined (Snell et al., 2014; Sousa et al., 2018). There are specific and in
parts complementary adaptations which are dependent on the type of physical activity ranging
between endurance and strength (Nie et al., 2016). Documentations now point out that there is
submaximal aerobic performance as a result of moderate endurance training which comes about
as a result of an increase in the enzyme capacity in aerobic respiration, capillary, density,
mitochondrial density all in skeletal muscles and increased intramuscular contents of glycogen
(Routledge et al., 2018). A alternatively there is an increase in skeletal muscle hypertrophy and
improved maximal strength in strength training with high loads (Sh) (da Silva et al, 2016; Damas
et al, 2016; Munoz et al, 2018), however, there is no or negative effects of the same exercise on
capillary and mitochondrial density (Bazyler et al., 2015), aerobic enzyme capacity (Bazyler et
al., 2015) and associated intramuscular glycogen contents (Murach et al., 2016). Limited
knowledge exists concerning the effects of physical activity on concentrations of blood
neurotrophins as compared to the vast knowledge that exists on adaptations of skeletal muscles
to the different types of physical activity. Blood neurotrophins like brain-derived neurotrophic
factor (BDNF) and proteins like insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF1) with neurotrophic
properties are vital for mediating the benefits that physical activity has on the brain through
induction of central and peripheral growth factor cascades (Loras et al., 2018; Tomporowski,
2016). According to Munoz et al. (2018) and Balviranli et al. (2016), some animal studies have


well demonstrated that physical activity results to neurogenesis of neurocytes associated with
long term potentiation and plasticity, all regulated by BDNF and IGF-1. In some studies, they
demonstrated increases of IGF-1 serum concentrations after long-lasting strength training
(Nascimento et al, 2018; Buttelli et al, 2015), however contradicting findings have also been
noted as responses of basal IGF-1 concentrations to endurance training found out contradictory
findings that were dependent on the exercise intensity (Bulletti et al, 2015). High-volume
resistance training taking place on more than two occasions a week having 3 sets and a
continuous intensity (10 – 12 repetition maximum) or alternatively a varied intensity (mixture of
2 –4, 7 –10 and 11 –14 repetition maximum exercises) results to increases of strength values and
IGF-1 after 12 and 13 weeks of training (Nascimento et al, 2018; Buttelli et al, 2015).
Contrastingly, there was significant increase in strength abilities of subjects on low volume
training, but there was no increase in IGF-1 after a 12 week exercise (Nascimento et al., 2018).
There was a significant decreased IGF-1 with two hours of daily endurance training for 5 weeks
(Ferro et al., 2016), but in another study by Manneta (2013), a 3 month high intensity cycling
training with a target heart rate of 170 beats per minute caused significant increases of maximum
oxygen uptake and IGF-1 when results were compared to a control group. It is important to note
that only one single study exist on BDNF responses after endurance training (Schulz et al.,
2014). In multiple sclerosis patients and a control group, moderate endurance training on a cycle
ergometer was found not suitable to increase basal BDNF serum concentratio...

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