more detailed advice in my entries about. Admissions officers want to read about the action youve taken, the progress youve made, the work you are doing, the scholarly evidence you offer so action words are key! If you read US Weekly because celebrity gossip is like an addictive substance to you, say. . In humans, for instance, the appendix is thought to be a vestigial structure. What is square one, and can you actually go back to it? Question 1 (Required How does the University of Chicago, as you know it now, satisfy your desire for a particular kind of learning, community, and future? Demonstrate who YOU are outside of your grades and test scores through your writing. How does the University of Chicago, as you know it now, satisfy your desire for a particular kind of learning, community, and future? Wed love to get a look at some of these essays. They never saw the point of conforming in high school, and they weren't about to start conforming when they wrote their college essays. They relax and tell the stories they want to tell. . Choose a topic for to which you really have a desire to respond, something you want to share, or a story you want to tell.
More specifically, this means 500-650 words for your extended essay.
As for the Why, uChicago and the optional essay.
Since there is no length requirement.
How long is your extended essay? Can I address University of Chicago. UChicago in my why Chicago essay? Then choose one of the five extended essay options.
But applicants who get into the University of Chicago can make this statement after finishing their essays. . Sure, some people think of the University of Chicago as a portal to their future, but please choose another portal to write about. Use a Great Opening Hook. I'm proud of what I've written here, and I can't apologize for who I am or how I think." I know, I know. . But as with so many parts of the University of Chicago, things are a little bit different here. . The ball is in your courta penny for your thoughts, but say it, dont spray. Unity and complimentarity constitute reality. This is your chance to speak to us and our chance to listen as you tell us about yourself, your tastes, and your ambitions. Show them yours in your responses. Two supplement prompts have been posted, one of which is required and the other optional. Many seniors are pondering: to cut or not to cut?