List three choice words that you believe in and explain from experience why these words came to mind.
To answer this question, consider that these words can make up a statement, a phrase, or simply be three words that are important to you. You must connect them somehow to an experience that relates to why they are important to you specifically. Put your idea in a context that gives the reader insight into both the small moment and the wider perspective. Think of your answer as a camera lens. You might start by describing a fine detail (a specific moment in the narrative), then open up the lens to take in the wide view (the general/global backdrop), then close the piece by narrowing back to the fine detail.