An admissions or application essay, sometimes also called a personal statement or a statement of purpose, is an or other written statement written by an applicant, often a prospective student applying to some , , or . The application essay is a common part of the process.
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The Merit Review is based purely on your academic merits as they align with Georgia State’s admissions requirements, including your high school transcript(s) and test scores. Choosing this method of review means that you have elected not to complete the optional essay and letter of recommendation sections of the admissions application, and that you will be assessed solely on your previous academic performance and scores. If you choose this review method, Georgia State will reach out to you if any other information is necessary to make our admissions decision.
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They can be the most important components of your application—the essays. It’s a chance to add depth to something that is important to you and tell the admissions committee more about your background or goals. Test scores only tell on part of your story, and we want to know more than just how well you work. We want to see how you actually think.