Harvard Essays

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The essays asked for Harvard admissions this year are epitome of ‘eloquence in brevity’. They are simple and beautiful– tell us something you did well and something you could have done better. I can’t tell you how much I love this way of asking questions Well…Moving on to the analysis

Harvard Essay 1. Tell us about something you did well. (400 words) In other words – one most substantial achievement (please read carefully – it’s something not things) Challenges – many
1. What is an achievement for you
2. Which achievement to choose
3. How do I write it
4. How do I add some other achievements also in the essay without making it apparent Frist and foremost things is to decide and define - What is an achievement for you? They want to see why you call something an achievement. How you define an achievement also defines you as a person. Then, think very carefully which achievement you are going to use. The important part here is not only the magnitude of the achievement per se but also the impact it created on your life. Look for something which has had the biggest impact on your life. It’s Harvard – every super achiever in every country on the planet is going to apply there. So, hoping that you can simply differentiate just by saying that I did so and so – is kind of a long shot. So what we are looking here is that you show them how things which happen in your life (achievement) motivate you to do other big things (more achievements). This essay is where a good story can help you the most.

Harvard Essay 2. Tell us about something you wish you had done better. (400 words)

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