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Differentiating yourself is more important than everWith more schools going test-optionsl, college essays can help you stand out from the rest, and they can often make the difference between rejection and acceptance.
Essays are 25% of your application
Grades alone won't get you accepted into your dream school. The college essay is an extremely important part of your college application. Essays help you stand out from the rest.
Show your personality
Admissions officers want to better understand who you are through your essays. Showcasing your unique view of the world and the experiences that have led you to where you are is pivotal.
Become memorable to admissions
Admissions officers only spend a few minutes on each application. Ensure your essay will be memorable by getting honest feedback from people who don't already know your story well.
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Build confidence and improve your own writing by reviewing peer essays. Get into the mindset of a reader trying to understand the writer, just like an admissions officer.