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A Recent Grad’s Guide to Writing a Winning Resume

By Michelle Kruse + updated on July 17th, 2014

Share After turning in their final exams and collecting their diplomas, recent college graduates might assume that their paper-writing days are behind them. The truth is, they still need to write one of the most important papers of their adult life: their resume. Resume-writing poses a particular challenge for recent college graduates. How can you [...]

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New Common Application Essays for 2013-14

By Ryan Hickey + updated on February 13th, 2013

Share With the vast majority of applications for the 2012-2013 application season already submitted and the start of the 2013-2014 app rush still half a year away, you may think that there’s not much going on when it comes to college admissions. Think again. Last year, the Common Application announced that it would be making [...]

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The Procrastinator’s Guide to Admissions Essays

By Ryan Hickey + updated on January 7th, 2013

Share January 7th. Early and first-round application deadlines were so long ago that you can barely remember them. Even many regular and second-round deadlines have faded into the past. At this point, there are just a handful of late application deadlines left to take advantage of. If you’re planning to submit an application but haven’t [...]

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5 Tips for Stress-Free College/Graduate Applications

By Ryan Hickey + updated on September 14th, 2012

Share September has arrived and with it, the start of another academic year. While it can always be challenging to refocus on school after time away, students who plan to apply to college, graduate school, or a professional program this year face an added burden on top of regular academic and extracurricular commitments. If you’ll [...]

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Getting a Jump on the 2011 Admissions Season

By Ryan Hickey + updated on September 13th, 2011

Share College Applicants What sets you apart?  What do your friends say is the best thing about you?  Their answer to this question may well offer a very good idea of what to develop in your personal statement for college. Even more important: Do your research! Go to the websites of the colleges to which [...]

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Exciting Changes at EssayEdge

By Ryan Hickey + updated on May 19th, 2011

Share We have some very exciting news to share in today’s post. Effective immediately, EssayEdge has completely revamped our essay editing service options. We still provide the best admissions essay editing in the industry, but we now offer clearer and more customizable options to better meet our customers’ needs. Our most popular service is now [...]

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Ernie Cline

By Scott Johns + updated on July 8th, 2010

Share I’d just like to take a moment away from our admissions essay conversations to acknowledge the passing of Ernie Cline. Until very recently, our friend and colleague was the system administrator for EssayEdge, and several other businesses under the Nelnet and Peterson’s umbrella. We remember Ernie as a funny guy, with a quiet but [...]

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