How to Write an Essay for University Admission - AAB College

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Ah, summer. Time for beaches, sleeping in… and writing your college admission essays.
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(MoneyWatch) For students who are applying for college, one of the scariest parts of the admission process is writing the dreaded essay.
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What feels most out of control in the college admission world? The winner may be the essay process. There is plenty of research indicating that the rigor of high school classes and the grades earned by students are the best predictors of success. But essays do not lend themselves to statistical study. Years ago when I began as a college counselor, there was something of an honor code about essays for competitive colleges. Today, checking search engines leads you to sites offering to take care of that onerous task for you. "Harvard writers!" Now why would a high school student want an essay written by a college graduate? Ding-dong! The admissions reader isn't stupid.