College Essay Success Begins Here!
Join Dr. Aimee Weinstein as she helps students prepare a polished product, ready to send to any school. Dr. Weinstein will not only set students on the path, but stay with them the whole time, so the outcome is an essay worthy of sending to any college in the country.
Essay Prompts 2018
In late January, the Common Application announced their essay prompts for the 2017-2018 school year, and while some have remained the same, some have changed. Last year (2017) they added a 7th prompt that simply asks students to write the essay of their choice.
While some students do best responding to specific prompts, we at Inspiring Test Prep believe that the students who write the best essays write them on topics about which they are passionate, and that passion might not correspond to a pre-scripted prompt. Are you worried about writing the perfect essay to go with your application? Stop worrying; we are here to help.
Step one: Brainstorming
On day one, Dr. Weinstein shows the students tips and tricks to writing about themselves in a significant way, helping them derive meaning from their experiences which they can turn into essays. On day two, students will have a working session in order to draft their own essay with Dr. Weinstein’s guidance. Dr. Weinstein will review the drafts and email them back within a day or two with commentary and critique.
Step two: Spit-Shine Those Boots
The price of the preparation includes two more reviews by Dr. Weinstein. She will provide detailed feedback on content, asking questions on content, forcing students to think through the way they present their ideas, as well as fixing grammar, punctuation and other errors.
Step three: Stepping Out
If the essay is not ready after steps one and two, further reviews from Dr. Weinstein will be available. Very quickly students should have essays that are polished to a high shine and ready to send out with their applications.
Please note: If the schools your student is applying to have a series of short answer questions beyond the Common App question, reviews will also be available at an additional cost. Additionally, if the student’s school of choice does not take the Common App, then he or she should feel free to bring that school’s essay prompt to class.
Meeting Date & Time
Bootcamp Dates: Friday, July 13 from 10am to noon, and Saturday, July 14 from 10am to noon. Two follow-up submissions.
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Dr. Aimee Weinstein
$500 ($50 discount for Inspiring students)
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