7 Valuable Tips For Writing Your College Essay

By   |  March 1, 2011

Once you’ve decided to go to college, it’s time to start filling out the various forms and applications that colleges seem to need more of each year. This process may require applicants to create an essay on a specific topic that displays their talents and reasons for wanting to attend the school. For people who find writing to be an easy task, the essay portion of the application can be completed without any complications. However, not all applicants are skilled at writing and may become anxious when they get to that part of the process. There are a few tips individuals can keep in mind to make writing simple and stress-free.

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  1. Thanks for the great tips. I think you make great point proofreading. Many student work so hard on their paper but fail to proofread. This is just asking for sub-par paper. I would suggest proofreading over and over. Also, have a friend proofread for you. This will help!

    Thank You!

    Anna

  2. Great article. Wonderful tips.

    Robert Schwartz
    President, yourbestcollegeessay.com

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