Coalition App Essay (WHAT TO STAY AWAY FROM!!!)

Already this season I have chatted with students on 2 of the 3 D’s - how to write on death and divorce. Usually Death, Divorce and Drugs are a no-no. Check out this video for other topics to stay away from (or to write about in a particular way to make it work) AND how to best tackle a few of the trickier Coalition Application essay prompts.


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Coalition App Essay (WHAT TO STAY AWAY FROM!!) // The Coalition essay prompts are out which means students, it’s time to get to writing. Remember, college essay prompts are a guide but you dictate your college essay format, what you say and how you say it will determine how memorable you are. So, it’s not just about answering the question; a successful college narrative essay requires strategy and planning. Effective college essay brainstorming will help you avoid any cliches. This video will show you what to avoid so you don’t fall prey to the pesky college essay cliches that can take you out of the running altogether. My videos show you how to write your college essay examples of a personal statement with wit and depth, markers that make you stand out.

With over 10 years of experience, this college essay tutor knows how to get the admission officer to remember you and help you write your acceptance. The place to do this is mic in hand with your coalition application essay.

Remember, your personal statement for college is your direct line of communication to the admissions office. I share personal statement samples to inspire you to write your best college essay common app or coalition application essay.

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College Essay Brainstorming (AS YOURSELF THIS BEFORE GETTING STARTED!!)

When writing the all too important college essay, brainstorming is key!! Why?!? Because it’s a low stakes way of entertaining and investigating different potential topics. However, a lot of students really don’t know the types of questions to ask for effective brainstorming.

In this video I share key questions to ask yourself to get deep and philosophical quick!!! Happy Writing.