A PERSONAL statement is the most crucial part of any college application essay, but according to the essay writing experts of online custom writing service RushEssay.Com, many students do not get to realize its essence, based on a lot of poorly written drafts being forwarded to the company by their customers, intended for editing.
“Writing this part is a tough task, but they [students] must keep in mind that scribbling their college admission essays well and right will give them the opportunity to distinguish, if not promote themselves in the most subtle way, from the rest of the applicants who are all hoping to be given a slot into their target college or university,” said essay writer Martin Green.
Essay writing expert of RushEssay.Com, Amy Boucher, added: “That's why it is called a personal statement... it should be personal. There are students who misconstrue it as a resume in paragraph form. But more than anything else, it should provide the admission staff and the selection panel to have a scrutiny of a particular school applicant's ideas, concerns, aspirations, apprehensions, and so on. And it has to be convincing enough so that the committee who will read it will get to know an applicant much better.”
Do a lot of thinking first prior to writing something, suggested essay editor Pete Gurrola. “Students should think about questions such as, 'Who I am?', 'What do I want to become', 'Why do I want to achieve that goal?', and 'Why do I really want to get there?' and so on. Their answers will surely help them in solidifying and strengthening the contents of their college applications.”
Katelyn Williams, meanwhile, pointed out that a personal statement is and will always be something that should be given a lot of time to think about, write and re-write. “Senior high school students should get over the fact their first draft will always suck, but the good news is that if they still have a couple of days to revise it prior to the deadline, then they can do a lot of things to allow that first draft leave a lasting impression to the admission committee who will read it. It's like write it early and edit it frequently until the desired results are achieved.”
Essay writing pundit Larry Coria agreed, but revealed there are students have the inclination to be hard on themselves when they first take a seat, grab a pen and then start writing. “Even the great writers we look up to in world literature did not get it right the first time around! So why worry making mistakes? All students need to do first is to let loose of their thoughts and transport it on a white sheet, just write, write, write and then re-write.”
“Getting a second opinion also applies in writing a college admission essay. It's like when you are diagnosed with an illness, you seek the help of another doctor. When students are not sure with what they wrote, then allow 'trusted readers' to review their works—such as their family, high school teachers, some college professors and working professionals, they just know what to advice, that will make them stand out because they've been there and done those things in the past,” said content editor Lana Lynch.
The essay writing experts at RushEssay.Com all agreed that ample time, enough reflection, sufficient editing and swarming assistance from credible critics and perhaps online writing services are what students need to come up with carefully-crafted personal statements and college application essays.
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