How to Write Essays Quickly on a Deadline

How to Write Essays Quickly on a Deadline

Essays are supposed to give enough information and featured facts. They’re supposed to tell the truth with coherence without deleting a logical and unique form. If you are commissioned to write an essay and/or article or a story for a publication, you have to be serious at this matter. Editors wouldn’t like writers who cannot submit on a deadline. They abhor irresponsible writers who are just for a show and making promises, but not submitting on time. In the Philippines,…

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Crafting Great College Application Essays

Crafting Great College Application Essays

Parents of high school seniors are easy to spot in January and February. They have a worried air about them, appear sleep deprived, and will correct your grammar compulsively. If you haven’t personally lived through the period in your high schooler’s life where they spend hours filling out college forms and writing inspiring personal essays, you might not sympathize, but believe me, your time is coming… The personal essay is one of the most important and challenging aspects of the…

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Yes, yes I can write a novel! Pt. 7

Yes, yes I can write a novel! Pt. 7

Note: We are now up to the seventh installment in a novel that I’m writing as part of the NaNoWriMo challenge to write a 50,000 word novel between November 1-30. The rules are: write it! Don’t edit, don’t obsess, don’t chart out notes. Don’t worry about spelling, syntax, grammar or continuity. You can go back and fix those things later, but the most important thing to writing the novel is to get it written! It works out to 1,667 words…

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Showing Ambition in Your MBA Essays – Part 2

Showing Ambition in Your MBA Essays – Part 2

So you’re wondering what kind of MBA career vision is worthy for you to gain admission at a top business school. Where’s the easiest place to look? For starters, try school websites. However, while you’re surfing through business school websites, try looking at student profiles. You’d be surprised at the responses and stories from most of these students. These are the types of candidates top business schools want to accept. Well, of course, these students have already been accepted so…

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Writing Tips For the Back-to-School Essay

Writing Tips For the Back-to-School Essay

Summer days are melting away as school bells prepare to chime. Three months of festivities have quickly vanished, but more fun and learning are about to unfold. A favorite back-to-school topic for writing is "What I Did This Summer". I admit, with chagrin, that I often assigned this odious task to my eighth graders. I wanted to learn more about them and vacation tales helped develop a picture of student interests, experiences, and of course, writing skills. The problem is…

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Yes, yes I can write a novel! Pt. 22

Yes, yes I can write a novel! Pt. 22

This is chapter twenty-two of my novel "The Just War." I’m 4/5 of the way through the challenge of writing a 50,000 word novel in thirty days. Wow! It’s good to set goals! I hope you enjoy it! Stacey Johnson lived in a two story house in a different part of the small city of Fishers. She lived with her father and a dog. Mom and Dad had divorced years ago, when she was still in the second grade. David…

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