Admission essays are one of the most important types of essays you'll ever write. Without one, you won't be getting into college, and therefore won't have to write essays for any classes. This essay leads into essays in the rest of your program or major, so it's very important to make this one the best you can. Writing an admission essay isn't always easy, and it overwhelms some students. You don't have to be one of them: this manual for writing admission essays looks into how to write one that's good, and how to avoid using slang words. If that sounds like something you need to know more about, keep reading.
For your essay to catch the attention of your chosen university or college, it needs to stand out, be well written, and accurately portray yourself. Good things to write about include your goals, why you are interested in this field, what you see yourself doing in five or ten years, how you can better the community, and your passion for what you want.
Also in an admission essay, it's a good idea to research about the university you've chosen. Being knowledgeable about the school you're applying to will make you rise up above the other students applying that are just desperate to go to school, and don't really care much about the school. This will show your dedication and research skills.
This is an important part of your essay, because each word you choose does have an impact on the essay as a whole. Make sure you've written the essay first. Even if your rough draft has slang words or jargon in it, that's okay. That's why it's called a rough draft. Once you've done that, you can edit out parts that are inappropriate, such as the use of slang. Here's a few tips for editing: