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3 Tips for Editing Your College Admissions Essay

Posted on February 4th, 2022 by Connor Blay

When you finish writing your college admissions essay, it might be tempting to submit it without proofreading or editing it. Writing can take a lot out of you and it’s understandable that you’re eager to check your college admissions essay off of your to-do list. However, proofreading and editing is a vital part of writing a college admissions essay. In fact, you should never turn in a piece of writing without thoroughly reviewing it. In this blog, we’ll give you a few tips that will help you shape your college admissions essays to perfection.

  1. Check for Grammar and Spelling Mistakes

The first step you should take in reviewing your college admissions essay is, of course, checking for any grammatical or spelling errors. College and university admissions decision makers aren’t looking for perfection when it comes to grammar and spelling. However, you should strive to make your essay as polished as it can be. If your essay is riddled with grammatical and spelling errors, it will tell the reader that your English writing level isn’t quite on the level of most US college or university students. Try your best to keep grammatical and spelling errors at a minimum.

  1. Proofread and Proofread Again

When reviewing your college admissions essay, it’s a good idea to read it multiple times as you might not initially catch your mistakes. Pay attention to the details in your writing. Ask yourself, “Do I have enough detail in here to make this a quality essay?” If you read a sentence and think that it can be improved, change it. You should also pay close attention to the structure of sentences in your essay. Eliminate or improve any sentences that read as awkward or unconventional. Once you have thoroughly reviewed your essay on your own, it’s time to hand it over to someone else.

  1. Have Someone Else Proofread Your Essay

It’s very difficult to pinpoint every issue with your essay by yourself. That’s why it’s important to get another perspective. We recommend giving your essay to an English teacher, friend, family member or other trusted individual who will provide you with feedback. Additionally, it could be highly beneficial to work with a professional essay editing service to see the best results. 

Why EssayMaster?

If you’re looking for help as you write your own essay, or if you need help in the editing process, explore EssayMaster. Its team of Harvard-educated editors are dedicated to providing you with feedback and edits that will help strengthen your college admissions essay. They can even assist with brainstorming ideas for your essay if you’re struggling with finding the right way to respond to a prompt. EssayMaster’s customer service makes the editing process easy. You can expect a 48-hour standard turnaround time and you can even receive edits within 24 hours as an additional option. With experienced editors and AI essay scoring technology, EssayMaster ensures quality guidance at an affordable rate. To learn more about EssayMaster services and to explore pricing, visit the link below.

Written by Connor Blay

Connor joined in November 2019. He received his Bachelor’s of Science degree with a major in Information Communication & Technology at Florida State University in Spring 2019. Having recently completed his undergraduate higher education, Connor has a fresh perspective on how the process works and is passionate about helping international students through it. His background includes customer service, social media, and video production.

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2 Responses to “3 Tips for Editing Your College Admissions Essay”

  1. Abdukadir Says:

    Its very important to know more about my ressume assey
    So i need that

  2. Connor Blay Says:

    Hi Abdukadir! Thanks for reading our blog. We actually have another blog on resume building, if you’d like to read that. We also recommend checking out our Resume Writing Center.

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