Saturday, August 10, 2013

"Is a parent, counselor, or teacher nagging you about writing your essay? Make them stop!"

Wellesley College has a wonderful page about the essay and what it means to them. Take a look, even if Wellesley isn't on your list. You might even put it on your list once you read this. 

"At Wellesley, typically three members of the Board of Admission read your application. The Board includes faculty members, administrators, admission professionals, and current students. We’re music lovers, artists, cyclists, baseball fans, professors, guitar heroes, runners, scientists, poets, beaders, computer techies, and more, thus bringing many perspectives to the admission process.
"For all of us, reading your essay is one of the most enjoyable parts of the admission process. Your goal should be to make members of the Board of Admission feel as though we’re sitting down at the table together to discuss your interests and aspirations. We’re keen to know your story." READ MORE 

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