Posts Tagged ‘From Example to Exemplary’

From Example to Exemplary # 5: Revise and Polish Your Essays

By - Mar 12, 08:30 AM   Comments [0]

Lesson #5 of a five-part series for drafting exemplary essays. You've got your first draft ready -- this is a great milestone! Now it's time to revise and edit; outstanding essays are not sprung into the world on the first draft. Here’s how to edit...

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From Example to Exemplary #4: Let’s Get Drafted!

By - Mar 11, 13:12 PM   Comments [0]

Lesson #4 of a five-part series for drafting exemplary essays. Now that you have a clear sense of what makes an essay effective, and have reflected on the questions that have helped you develop your theme, it’s time to start writing. Before you begin, write an...

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From Example to Exemplary #2: A Theme for Your Statement of Purpose

By - Mar 9, 11:02 AM   Comments [0]

Lesson #2 of a five-part series for drafting exemplary essays. All effective essays have a distinctive voice and theme. Referring back to the essays we looked at in “Identifying the Ingredients of a Winning Essay,” we might say that our MPH candidate’s theme was his...

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From Example to Exemplary #1: Identifying the Ingredients of a Winning Essay

By - Mar 8, 11:11 AM   Comments [0]

Lesson #1 of a five-part series for drafting exemplary essays. As you gear up to write your application essays, you may have looked at some sample essays only to ask yourself afterward, “Sure, these are great, but what do these essays have to do with...

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