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Whether you are writing a personal essay for college admissions, working on executive functioning skills, discussing the causes of World War
II for history
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Personal Statements for College Applications
Organization & Executive Functioning Support
Resume Writing & Proofreading
Blogging & Website Development
Okay, guys. I hate to do this, but I need to put on my teacher hat for a moment. (I don’t think teachers actually wear hats, but I’m sure you’re picking up what I’m putting down.)
Here’s the thing:
YOUR GRAMMAR AND SPELLING IN YOUR COLLEGE APPLICATION ESSAY MUST, MUST, MUST BE PRACTICALLY PERFECT IN EVERY WAY!
You may be rolling your eyes and saying, “What’s a little mix-up between...
You may be thinking, “Rosie, your essay advice is great, but my applications are due in just a few months and I’m applying to nine different schools and they all have different essay prompts and I have soccer and homework and my job and babysitting to do.
How am I ever going to finish nine different essays? AHHHH! I’m not going to college!”
Okay, that last part got a tad Lifetime movie-ish,...