They’re not even be my best essays—I liked Stanford’s prompts a little better, and I think I wrote better essays for them because of it.
The most important thing I can say about writing good essays is that you have to become MIT-ish, or Stanford-ish, or whatever-school-ish to write essays for that school, and that means doing research by talking to grads or students at those schools and actually asking your interviewers real questions, and looking on the website.
Stats/ECs/General: https:// https://docs.google.com/document/d/18n Fs4HSZWUv Nm Xu10q Taf0XB2hxkd FK3q UUVj D9p I-M/edit?
usp=sharing GT: https://docs.google.com/document/d/17ti X6X9Zwtf ZZu ESh Ecsh Lw Pc Cxu55Bj1B2i Wpgaxk Q/edit?
As a freshman I shadowed a student, visiting one of the electrical engineering labs there.
It seemed to me a veritable playground of robotics projects and the like, students happily working away.I like that writing requires a different perspective of the author; it demands deeper thoughts about the seemingly mundane, ponders the significance of every word.I like this challenge, and find it a good way to reflect during my free time.As always, no one thing is the be-all and end-all of your application, it’s the whole picture, and you want to do research to make that picture the picture of a Something University student, and at the same time, the best picture of yourself.Essays are not necessarily what get you in, and not what keep you out either.usp=sharing Common App (I definitely didn't edit this one as much as I should have lol): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1r EH2me9t_n Ltr ZQyuu0YTHm8WD-gi0c U6aq Vmc R6vfw/edit? I'm gonna go grind Destiny 2 and try not to get rescinded.I want to get a head start on my essays considering MIT is my first choice.Sometimes, it’s just your scores and grades, and at competitive schools, sometimes there’s a lot of luck.Between getting waitlisted or accepted for sure involves a lot of luck. (MIT essays below) Please tell us more about your cultural background and identity in the space below (100 word limit).I thought, if I could go to class here, I would be excited everyday!I later went back for MOSTEC, and participated in an electrical engineering workshop.