The Georgia Institute of Technology recently made headlines with the announcement that it will no longer accept the Common Application personal statement. The new prompts are somewhat similar to the personal statement questions and ask students to reflect on their character, background, and interests. Both prompts below are required for all applicants. The school suggests that your answers stay within words.
College Essays. Did you think you were all done pouring out your blood, sweat, and tears in written form for your personal statement , only to be faced with the "why this college" supplemental essay? This question might seem simple but is in fact a crucial and potentially tricky part of many college applications. What exactly is the "why us" essay trying to understand about you? And how do you answer this question without falling into its many pitfalls or making any rookie mistakes?
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For your college scholarship essay, you may be asked about your career goals. The scholarship committee wants to see how investing in your education will help your career. Do you have a definitive plan? Will a college education fit into that plan? These are the answers they want to see.