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Introspective statements speak to logical reasoning ability, the ability to extract relevant ideas from events, and a writer's attention to detail.

Introspective Writing: What Not to Do

Your introspective statements are the most important aspect of your essay. They speak for your logical and deductive reasoning ability, your ability to extract necessary relevant ideas from events, your...

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Sculpting the best body for your essay is pretty similar to sculpting the your own body: you just have to know how to get there.

Sculpting A Killer Body Paragraph

Once you have completed a rough outline of your work and composed an introduction with a working thesis, you are ready to begin drafting the bulk of your paper: the...

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The thesis is the most integral component of your introductory paragraph, your essay, and your entire graduate school application.

Getting to the Point: The Thesis

The thesis is the most integral component of your introductory paragraph, your essay, and your entire graduate school application. It can be comprised of one or occasionally two sentences and...

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The introduction is the most important part of your grad school admissions essay. Your reader’s first impression can either make or break your application.

An Intro to the Introduction

The introduction is the most important part of your graduate school admissions essay. Your reader’s first impression can either make or break your application. A weak introduction is a clear...

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Planning Your Outline

Writing an outline is the best way to ensure that you have a clear, structured, and well-organized essay in which key information is accessible and easy for the graduate school...

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The best way to support your point is through the use of supporting evidence. This enables you to “show” your best attributes rather than “tell.”

Providing Supporting Evidence

The best way to support your point is through the use of supporting evidence. This enables you to “show” your best attributes rather than “tell” (i.e. brag). Supporting evidence can...

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What do you need to think about including when you are preparing your application? These are the three qualities admissions wants you to show.

What Qualities Admissions Looks For

Have you ever read a university’s post about what it looks for in applicants? It’s all fluff. It’s hard to distill the flowery language they use into actionable items you...

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