College essays should be three things: memorable, relevant, and personal. Here’s how.
How to pick a topic based on the narrative you can tell — and the narrative the essay tells about you.
5 rules to follow to ensure your college essay is framing the rest of your application effectively.
A strong college essay will typically have four narrative pivot points. These are the four — with options for organizing them.
Four literary techniques your college essay should employ to condense language and tell your story through a few, spare details.
Most college applicants will try to write one of these three essays. But that’s not the only reason why you shouldn’t.