I recently sent in my application and with it I sent in a response to the question “is there anything else to know”. I had some circumstances so I wrote about them. Thing is I sent in the wrong one, so I sent a follow-up (email) with the right copy of it. Will this effect my essay? The one I sent in, by accident, was a rough draft. Will this cause any problems??
The word is either going to bring a smile to your face or make you cringe. It’s either going to be your favorite part of your college applications or you’re going to procrastinate until the final moment. You will sing to the heavens or you will crawl away muttering under your breath. You will… Well you get the idea. It’s a love it or hate it kind of thing. I personally love them and I will tell you why. Essays give me the best chance on our application to get to know you!
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Most universities acknowledge that the admission essay-while only one component in the application package-is the best opportunity for acquainting the admissions officer with the student.