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5 Important Considerations for your Residency Personal Statement

By Ryan Hickey + updated on July 26th, 2011

Medical application season is in full swing so EssayEdge wanted to use today’s blog post to provide some guidance specifically tailored to residency applicants. If you’re working on your residency personal statement and wondering how to write a great one, look no further. Follow these pieces of advice to ensure that you’re on the right [...]

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The Passive Voice Gets a Bad Rap

By Ryan Hickey + updated on July 20th, 2011

At EssayEdge, we spend a lot of time thinking about, reading about, and directly working with the written word (go figure). In doing so, one of the things that both amuses and frustrates me is popular opinion of the passive voice. From many guides out there, you would think that use of the passive voice [...]

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Writing Well in Academic Work

By Ryan Hickey + updated on July 19th, 2011

It’s tough to believe, but the 2011-2012 school year is just around the corner. And even though you might not be thinking about applications or admissions for another several month, you’ll probably be writing papers, reports, and other academic work in just a few short weeks. Don’t worry, though – EssayEdge has you covered with [...]

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New Help for MBA Applicants!

By Ryan Hickey + updated on July 8th, 2011

With summer already in full swing and the 2011-2012 MBA admissions season just around the corner, EsayEdge is excited to announce several new products and initiatives designed specifically to help MBA applicants maximize their chance of admission at even the most competitive programs worldwide. First off, we are now offering two brand new admissions essay [...]

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