Admission Essay - the First Step to Become a Student

What is an Admission Essay

An Admissions or application essay is the main and first challenge in your future student’s life! You can’t screw up! So, let’s start!

Most of the US, Canada, Australia, and Great Britain colleges and universities use three criteria to choose the best applicants:

  • Your college preparatory work and grade point average (GPA)
  • The most respected tests: SAT and ACT.
  • Admission/Entrance essays.

First two points are standard and not so important as the last one. It is the only thing that can convince the admission officer to review your candidate deeply. As we know from our other topic, “Essay Writing”, it demonstrates your writing skills and ability to organize your thoughts. Every university or college is looking for the best students that will bring honor and prestige after their graduation.

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with Top Tips from EssayIvy with you

First Things You Should Care About

  • The first tip from EssayIvy is that you need to know what are your strong and weak subjects. What you like and hate the most. Any sports achievements? And the most complicated questions: Who you want to become?! Please be maximum real. Everyone wants to be a time traveler :-D
  • After you deсided on the first step, you can search for the college or university that fits you the most. Choose at least 2-3.
  • Now you are approaching the “admission board psychology.” It means you know what you want and chose wisely this college, among others.
  • Choose the topic, make an outline in your head, and write it down. Take a breath. Don’t rush. The most important ideas come the last :-)
  • Start a few drafts. As you remember, we advise you to send an application to a few colleges/universities. You will have many ideas. Share it between different drafts wisely.

The Next Steps We advise You to Follow

  • Remember: all good stories have a beginning ( introduction), main body, and conclusion.
  • Keep the main idea from the beginning to the end. Be yourself. Avoid cliché or general phrases. No plagiarism!
  • What makes you unique, different from other applicants? Please be specific with the exact examples as well.
  • You can read other application samples for inspiration if needed.
  • Try to avoid repetitions, sound effects (ouch!), jokes if it’s not applicable.

So, Finally the Last Steps You Should Remember

  • Is it ready? Are you sure?! Take a break for a few days. Then get back and read it once more. Do you still like it? :-)
  • It should easy readable ( in one breathe). 500-1000 words no more!
  • Don’t forget about grammar and spelling. You can ask your parents or someone close to proofreading it.
  • Ask your college or school-based tutors ( ссылка на страницу top writers ) to check it and give feedback. I'm sure they will help you!
  • And the last one: Don’t forget about the deadline! :-)

I hope that our Tips helped you to enter the college/university of your dream. If you need any academic help, know that we are always glad to help you!

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