Before you begin crafting your college application, there is one important question that you need to address: where are you going to apply? When it comes to all the schools available for you, the list goes on and on, so here’s our quick guide to narrowing it down to your own college list.
Your College Dreams
In addition to the central essay that you will write for the Common or Coalition Application, many schools require additional supplementary essays and short answer questions with their own specific prompts. While every school is different, we’ve broken down the three most common supplementary prompts into step by step answers.
No matter what your college application looks like, nearly every school will ask for a core college essay that will be the most central part of their application. This essay is one of your few chances to express who you are as a person rather than the numbers on your transcript or hours on your activity list, and will be the admissions committee’s first way of getting to know you better. That being said, just because your college essay is an important part of your application doesn’t mean you need to stress about it. Here are some tips to help you get your creative juices flowing and let your voice come through in your writing.
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