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Revise, Revise, Revise: Approaching Your College Admissions Essays

December is a critical month for high school seniors around the world as they prepare their college admissions essays and submit college applications. Most applications are due December 31, and virtually all are due by mid-February. 1,715 more words


Writer's Block be Gone - College, Here We Come!

Well, it is that time – college admissions essays.  Thanks to a severe case of writer’s block that never seemed to end, this took months longer to populate than it should have, but the day is finally here.   487 more words


This morning, like most winter Portland mornings, is cool, grey and rainy. Having the day off, I am able to sit in bed, cozily cuddled, Ministry of Magic mug full of coffee, reading and writing and looking for work. 305 more words

I am, I am, I am

I periodically stop to read The Bell Jar. This is between breaks of attempting to write a cogent and coherent statement of purpose. Yes, I’m still working on that puppy. 550 more words

Graduate admissions essays: Write your way into the graduate school of your choice

Asher, D. (2012). Graduate admissions essays: Write your way into the graduate school of your choice (Fourth ed.). Berkeley, CA: Ten Speed Press.

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Writing College Admissions Essays

During the Portfolio Redefined event last week, we heard from a lot of teachers that information on writing for college admissions and examples of admissions essays would be helpful. 1,910 more words

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To high school juniors, the parents of high school juniors, and the teachers of high school juniors: 

Apply to 8 colleges and you will probably write 4-10 full length (500-1000 word) essays and 10-16 (100-500) short responses. 330 more words

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