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Attack of the Megaparagraph!!

By Ryan Hickey + updated on February 24th, 2010

Over the last few weeks, this blog has presented many suggestions that have hopefully helped you effectively craft and polish your admissions essay(s). While talking with an EssayEdge editor this afternoon, however, he brought up a topic that I haven’t yet written about. We were discussing length restrictions, particularly how many of our customers struggle [...]

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Compound Adjectives

By Ryan Hickey + updated on February 10th, 2010

Some rules of writing are simple, straightforward, and easy to follow. Capitalize the first letter of a sentence and proper nouns. Avoid fragments and run-ons. Make sure your subjects and verbs match up. Others, however, are more complicated and convoluted.  Take the following sentence, for example: Some people think that you must be a financial [...]

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Questions Wanted

By Ryan Hickey + updated on February 2nd, 2010

Today, I’d like to take a break from our traditional Tuesday post in order to ask for help from our readers. Rather than provide content about some admissions-essay related topic, I want to hear from you. Yes, you. Specifically, I’d like input on the following simple queries: Do you have any questions about admissions essays [...]

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