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I know as a former military guy we tended to write in an overlay formal and stiff way. Not that a ton of people read this stuff, but I hope that someone finds this useful.
I know that I have gotten some great advice during this crazy process, and wanted to share what some really gracious people have share with me along the way.
The other piece of great advice that I got was as you are writing think about how you would relate the story to a friend.
I think this gets back to what works on the written test versus what gets you noticed during this part of the process.
I am a management cone candidate and where it made sense I tried to tailor the narratives to play upon my strengths as a management cone person, but I didn't try to force a square peg into a round hole.
I think in both cycles two of my stories were more cone specific.