1. Imagine that your essay is a response to an in-person interview question: that means you have to be interesting and show personality. Be very personal and avoid cliche topics and be specific about your story.
2. Remember that your writing has to be strategic- tell the admissions committee more about who you are as a person and avoid being redundant.
3. Hand-write your main ideas in paragraphs - dedicate an entire notebook to this.
4. Kit simple - admissions officers already know you’re smart, don’t use big words, just keep it very simple and natural.
5. Review your essays over and over and get someone else to read it over for you. * **Soon, I’ll be creating a website where you can sign up to have your essay reviewed and edited by me, so stay tuned 🥳🥳