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New Wednesday Webinars simplify the essay process!

Starting June 16, Help With Admissions Essays invites the public to a series of webinars on Wednesdays from 8–8:30 pm. We'll cover a range of topics, from the essay's role in the admissions process to editing for success. The webinars are free, but registration is required.

Click the titles below to register:

June 16: Will My Essay Get Me In?​

Will a typo keep you out of Harvard? Or should you not even bother submitting an admissions essay? This webinar addresses the myths of the essay’s role in college admissions and shines light on the mysterious process.

June 23: Writing Techniques for Teenagers

Two of the hardest things in life are writing and being a teenager. They both come together in the college admissions essay. In this webinar, you can learn a few smart tricks to make the writing process easier on the whole family.

June 30: Starting from Scratch

It’s time to start your college admissions essays. Now what? Join this webinar to get a helpful perspective on the admissions essays and tips for preparing to write them.

July 7: Storytelling for Admissions Essays​

Beginning, middle, end. Isn’t that how it works? Not quite. Get an overview of the elements of different kinds of stories you can tell in your college admissions essays – and in all your writing.

July 13: Admissions Essays for Athletes

Sports and sports writing abound with cliches. Learn specific techniques that high school athletes can use to their make admissions essays, whether set on the field, court, or elsewhere, powerful on the page.

July 20: Revising. Or Polishing. Or Editing. Yes, editing!

Most people shy away from editing, but it's what makes the difference, which is particularly important in admissions essays. Join this webinar and discover that revising and refining can be revelatory rather than drudgery.

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