August 1, 2010 by Post Team
Common Application, 2010-11 Common Application for schools and universities is now live online, which means that summer vacation is ending for thousands of rising high school seniors now begin in earnest in their college admissions journey .
For those families who do not know what is the common request, here’s the drill: The Common Application is a nonprofit organization that provides an admission application – online and in print – that students can apply to any member of a of 414 schools – 47 of them public institutions – that accept it.
It was expected that the joint application was developed in 1975 to facilitate the admission process for students by reducing the number of separate applications a student applying to many schools would be completed. As has been developed in many schools still require additional information, including more trials.
There are all sorts of things that children need to consider now that their parents when applying to colleges. One of the most fun is a girl e-mail. Do you have a child wants a university to know that your e-mail address is being iluvsnooki.com?
Here are the trials with the instructions, which are on the application:
Personal essay. Please write an essay (250 words minimum) on a topic of their choice or one of the options listed below and attach to your application before submission. Please indicate your topic by checking the appropriate box. This personal essay helps us become familiar with you as a person and as a student, in addition to courses, grades, test scores and other objective data. It will also demonstrate their ability to organize and express ideas.
* Evaluate a significant experience, achievement, risk you have taken, or ethical dilemma you have faced and its impact on you.
* Discuss some issue of personal, local concerns, national or international level and its importance to you.
* Indicates a person who has had a significant influence on you and describe that influence.
Describe a fictional character, a historical figure or a creative work (as in art, music, science, etc) has had an influence on you, and explain that influence.
* A wide range of academic interests, from a personal perspective and life experiences adds much to the mix of education. Taking into account their personal background, describe an experience that illustrates what would bring diversity to a community college or an encounter that demonstrated the importance of diversity to you.
* Subject of your choice.
Additional information: If there is any additional information you would like to give with regard to special circumstances, additional qualifications, etc, please do so.
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