Be sure you are using the correct form of words too (they’re, their, there, your, you’re, etc.).Few things will throw off an application evaluator more than misspellings and typos in the college essay — except when you mention the wrong college!
Even your good old SAT or ACT scores reflect the accumulation of vocabulary, mathematics, and reading comprehension talents acquired throughout your life. That being said, remember to choose an essay topic that helps keep the focus on you but is still flexible enough for you to incorporate your personality, your history, your individuality, and your impact on those around you.
This new discovery of hope, family, and service kindled a new desire: dedicating more time for giving through HCFS.
Hill Country Family Services’ “Corner Cupboard” is unlike any other pantry.
Whether or not it was intentional, this student started his essay in a way that certainly caught the attention of the admissions committee, and that’s what your first sentences absolutely need to do.
While it is important to talk yourself up as the awesome student you truly are, you still have to remember that the application essay is not a résumé.