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# UCLA background question 1

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21 Oct 2006, 09:37
The questions asks to provide a highlight or special memory of your youth.

I'm 25 years old and want to talk about an experience that happened when I was 19-20. It was 2 years after community college when I got accepted to a University.

Is this too recent? Should I go further back in my life?

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21 Oct 2006, 14:59
I talked about something that happened when I was 18, so I don't think yours is too early.

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21 Oct 2006, 16:47
I read "youth" in this context to mean something from your childhood. I don't personally see someone over 18 as a youth, they are adults at that point.

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