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1 $28 is the price of a 650-word essay returned with great feedback within 48 hours. The Common Application essay is 650 words long
2 FREE is defined as any essay up to 1,000 words and returned within 48 hours, a $37 value. The promotion does not apply to feedback returned within 6 hours
3 On average, our feedback experts spend 45 minutes reviewing a 650-word essay