7 Effective Habits of Writing the Best College Application Essay

No task fills a high school senior with more anxiety than the task of writing an essay for the college application. And this anxiety is highly justified. If a person is asked to summarize the last seventeen years of his life in 500-600 words, and that too, while highlighting their unique personal traits to stand up against the thousands of other applicants, he is bound to be anxious. Whether it is a highly mundane question about a daily life experience, or about some politically burning issue of the time, students tremble at the thought of being judged on the basis of their essay. Many revolting thoughts take birth in the mind. “If I use some fancy words for myself, will I sound arrogant and rude?”, “ If I don’t use them, will I be able to present my personality in the essay?”. A high school senior’s mind is filled with confusions about the essay.

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