Set-Up: Next year — as an 11th grader — you will begin to think about the process of applying to colleges and universities around the United States (or beyond).
Part of the application process requires writing essays to help the university learn something intriguing about you. Not only do they want to learn facts (grades, SATs, etc.), they also want your creativity and attitude.
One of the typical essay questions you may have to answer asks you to write “page 300” of your autobiography. Strange, huh?
- you have to decide what would be taking place on page 300
- you only have one page to write everything
- you need to figure out how to make your reader interested in the process
- Creatively begin “page 300” of your life story — aka your autobiography — in such a way that it will catch the attention of a college admissions team
- Be creative.
Length: 10+ sentences