By prioritizing your experiences and considering your specific role in each activity, you can guide a reader’s attention to your impressive accomplishments.
A clean résumé structure and well-written descriptions will contribute positively to a reader’s impression of your professionalism and achievements.
The awards section of your résumé is an opportunity to demonstrate that you have achieved recognition for your academic work.
Once you have a draft of your résumé, your next step is to write brief descriptions for each activity or relevant experience.
It's not a bad idea to revisit your résumé once you've graduated. Check out our tips for writing a better résumé at the Prompt Writing Center.
Prompt shows how to right cover letters that are sure to impress. Our simple tips will help ensure you impress and land your dream job.
There are eight mandatory Wake Forest application essays. But don’t feel overwhelmed! In this guide, we’ll group the prompts together in three “buckets.” Take out a fresh sheet of paper or open up a new Word document, and get ready to showcase your unique outlook on life through your writing!
What about being a student at Boston University most excites you? To get into BU, you'll have to answer that question. You may find it challenging to narrow your essay down to the single most exciting aspect of life at BU. In this guide, we’ll help you write a great Why Boston application essay.
The required “Why NYU” essay lets you show admissions readers how you and New York University are an ideal fit for each other. This guide will help you stand out from the throngs of prospective students who just want to study in New York City (or any of NYU's international campuses).
All prospective Tulane students submit a personal statement, but Tulane also offers two optional supplement essays—let’s nickname them “Why Tulane” and “Describe an activity.” We (and Tulane’s own admissions officers) strongly recommend writing both essays, to let's look at how to approach them.