The Common Application essay prompts are out How do you choose which essay to write? In this 5 part series I help you figure out which question on the 2014 Common Application essay is right for you.
The Common Application will launch for the coming admissions season on August 1 In the meanwhile, the Common Application essay prompts are available so writing can begin.
The people behind The Common Application have just released the new essay prompts (PDF link) for college applicants who apply in the 2013-2014 admissions season.
The current Common Application, CA4, launched on August 1st, 2013, and the essay prompts have remained unchanged for the 2014-15 college application cycle.
Help With The Common Application Essay
The application will ask you to provide biographical and academic information, to detail your extracurricular activities and to do a bit of personal essay writing. It also includes forms for school officials to complete on your behalf. It is acceptable if your school forms and/or teacher recommendations are submitted on paper, even though your portion of the application will be submitted online.
The Common Application 2016-2017 Essay Prompts
The Common Application Announces 2013-2014 Essay Prompts, Longer Word Limit Today the Common Application released the essay prompts for the 2013-2014 application, along with news that they will enforce a strict 650 word limit, an increase of 150 words from the previous 500 word limit.
Both the Common Application and the Coalition Application include a one-page personal essay. In addition, both include two short essay questions that are specific to Duke and that offer you the opportunity to share your unique interests and perspective. One of the short essay questions is required, and the other is optional--and yes, it is truly optional! You can submit your short writing with or after the other student portions of the application, no later than the application deadline.
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