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Aidan Sullivan

Carnegie Mellon University’s 2018 supplemental essays

August 15, 2018, Posted In Supplemental essays
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Carnegie Mellon University’s supplemental essays consist of three required questions. Read on below to see how our team of former admissions officers would answer these essays: “When we‘re connected to others, we become better people,” said Carnegie Mellon University’s Randy Pausch, author of The Last Lecture. At Carnegie Mellon you’ll have the opportunity to collaborate with … Continue reading Carnegie Mellon University’s 2018 supplemental essays

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University of Notre Dame supplemental essays 2018

August 15, 2018, Posted In Supplemental essays
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Here’s a look at the University of Notre Dame’s 2018 supplemental essay prompts and how to best answer them. The University of Notre Dame Writing Supplement consists of one (1) essay response to a required question and two (2) essay responses to questions you select from the options provided. In total, you will write three … Continue reading University of Notre Dame supplemental essays 2018

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The MIT supplemental essay 2018

August 2, 2018, Posted In Supplemental essays
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The Massachusetts Institute of Technology supplement consists of 5 short-answer essays. Here are our tips and tricks to note when completing MIT’s supplemental essays: In the MIT application, they are not looking for one long, highly-polished essay. Instead, interspersed throughout the application will be short-answer questions designed to help MIT get to know you. Just … Continue reading The MIT supplemental essay 2018

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Q&A with former Harvard Graduate Admissions Officer

August 21, 2017, Posted In Admissions Overview
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AcceptU has assembled the largest team of former admissions officers to support applicants in the admissions process. In this blog series, we invite you to learn more about our team and insights gleaned from their previous admissions experience. Our next counselor Q&A comes from Leah, who previously evaluated applicants at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of … Continue reading Q&A with former Harvard Graduate Admissions Officer

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