While you want to tell a compelling story, it is important to make sure that your essay is relevant to the essay prompt.
The examples you provide in your personal statements should be interesting, but it will only be interesting if you answering the question that is being asked.
After all, you can never “spend too much” time on your future, right?
To help guide you along this process, we will be discussing 5 different tips for writing successful personal insight essays.
sets yourself apart by sharing something your reader should not know – you don’t want to do this!
Instead, be a bit risky and change up your rhetoric, word choice, or sentence structure.
I was shocked at what I heard, and I couldn’t imagine life with my dad in prison for growing marijuana. For days, I waited for my dad and stepmom to come home and comfort us, but it never happened.
Instead of sitting around to sulk, I made the best of the situation, and I made my family’s well-being my life.
It put me at dismay to take on all these responsibilities.
My dad always puts in 200% effort into everything in order to create every possibility for me that he didn’t have.