The truth is, most students have no idea how to really write something that will both make an impression and stand out head and shoulders above the rest. Yet this is precisely what you need to do in order to have a chance at getting accepted into most of the better schools!
Wouldn’t it be great if you could have expert, seasoned advice that you could follow, step-by-step, to help you write that perfect, polished essay you need?
You’ve probably noticed that most books promising to give practical advice on essay writing are themselves written in a style that’s dry, confusing and hard to follow. They make the prospect of writing anything worthwhile look even MORE impossible, not less.
It’s as if they were written by computers, not people! And especially not be someone who understands the pressure a student is under to get accepted into the prestigious Ivy League school or the time pressure of completing a well-written essay when they have 4 other classes to worry about!
What you really need is expert advice from someone who understands you, who’s been there, who’s sat in those same classes and faced those same assignments over and over again—and who’s learned how to ace them, every time.
You see, I’ve learned that there are secrets to writing that—if you learn what they are and how to use them—can dramatically improve the quality of anything that you write. And best of all, these are things you can do right here, right now, without having to take a special class or pay a private tutor.
In fact, the help I can give you is just like having an entire course in essay writing in your pocket, but without talking past you or above you or in language you don’t understand.
Let’s face it; what you really need to know is what you can do to create the best possible essay to help you accomplish your goals, and you need to get access to that knowledge right now. You need something that can tell you only what you need to know, without all that focus on dry mechanics that really tells you nothing about how to write effectively at all!
Most books on essay writing seem themselves to have been designed to put you to sleep rather than tell you what you need to know in the moment—this moment—to make your writing the best it can be.