By Dianna Douglas Photo by Jason Smith “ Our questions are wonderful reflections of the core values of the College.” —John W. Boyer College Dean. Earlier this summer, prospective students around the globe with an interest in the University of Chicago received an email with six unusual essay topics.The writing prompts included references to Oscar Wilde, the Transformers action movies.
My daughter wrote somewhere between 700 and 780 words and was accepted. In addition, the admissions officer told her GC that they loved the essay and to pass that note on. I believe it was a very entertaining and informative essay and was told so.
A Guide to the UChicago Supplemental Essays 2019-2020. You probably already know that admission into the University of Chicago, with its acceptance rate of only 5.9%, is far from guaranteed. But as you gear up to apply to the school, you might get further thrown off by the essays you have to write.
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Top 3 Successful UChicago Essays. These college essays are from students who got accepted at University of Chicago.Use them to get inspiration for your own essays and knock the socks off those admissions officers!
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Their prompts are some of the most creative around. They can often spark a great essay that applicants can use somewhere else or that even can become their common application long essays. Here is the full supplement. 2013-2014 University of Chicago Writing Supplement. 1.
You might assume that college essay supplements are merely an opportunity for a college to learn more about its applicants; that they are known to students only after they’ve made a decision to apply to a particular university; that they are rooted in some important academic or cultural aspect of the institution with which they are associated. For nearly every college, you’d be right.