As we have noted earlier, we realize that students have widely varying help in preparing their applications. Some students have completed the essay entirely on their own. Others have used appropriate amounts of help from family, friends and teachers. Such help would include proofreading and general suggestions about organization as well as brainstorming about topics. Still other students may have been preparing for the essay for many years with too much help from a variety of sources, including borderline plagiarism (or worse), using the Internet or various essay writing publications and services. As is the case with any other part of the application, the essay is merely one of many factors considered by the Admissions Committee and we can usually tell if it is real or not.
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So write about your grandmother. Or your gym teacher. Or your after-school job bagging groceries. Or math theorems, if they really are your favorite. Write in your voice, whatever that sounds like–whether you love dialogue or description or have a soft spot for terrible Navy puns. Come up with something that’s uniquely you–no matter how long it takes. I spent the first 27 days of those four August weeks trying to wrap my head around how I was even going to put an essay on that blank page at which I was staring. And on the 28th day, in a corner on the floor of my high school’s senior homeroom right before my last first day of school, something clicked, I grabbed my laptop, and I went from lamenting having nothing to say in my college essay to having 2,500 words of stuff to say that I spent the next eight weeks cutting down to 650.