Admissions committees deal with countless stacks of applications: faceless GRE scores and GPAs. The only way for them to differentiate among applicants with similar scores and academic backgrounds is to consult and read the essay/personal statement. Your personal statement reveals a great deal about your ability to write, to determine the purpose of the essay topic, to stick to a specified task, to sell yourself, and to explain why you are a good match to the school and program. Essentially, the essay is your opportunity to talk directly with the admissions committee, to call attention to important parts of your application that might otherwise be overlooked, and to explain any discrepancies or potentially negative aspects of your application. It's your chance to help the admissions committee see you as a person instead of a grade point average and standardized test scores.
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When you choose to purchase a grad school application essay from Ultius, your order will appear on our writers’ dashboard where all of our expert-level writers can review your order and claim it. We are extremely confident that no matter which writer happens to claim your order, the quality of the work will be tremendous. Your writer will likely send you a message in an attempt to know a little bit more about you. They will ask you questions about your long term professional goals, why you want to attend grad school at the school you are applying to, and what unique qualities you have to offer to that university. Your writer will then eloquently weave together all of this information in a way that perfectly markets you to your dream school and makes it clear that you are a perfect fit. Our writing staff will do whatever it takes to ensure your success and will work tirelessly to provide you with an application essay that is guaranteed to catch the attention of the admissions board.
Writing a Graduate School Application Essay
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Set aside time to edit your graduate application essay, checking for style, tone, and clarity as well as grammatical mistakes. () Is your graduate personal statement clear, concise, and well organized? Also revisit the essay prompt to make doubly sure you’ve answered it fully and accurately. Then have other people read your essay to check for these things too. Undergrad professors or mentors are great for this, but you can ask trusted friends too. And don’t forget about any career, writing, and/or tutoring centers at your undergraduate institution; they may be able to review your essay and application, and their services are often available long after you graduate.