Admissions Essays

Dec 4, 2007 | Post a Comment

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Children born into poverty who escape the poverty trap often do it in part by getting into a good college. Additionally, any person greatly reduces their chances of ever falling into poverty by getting a good education and a diploma from a respected university. For those reasons and more, I often stress the importance of using education in the battle against poverty. Today I have the pleasure of telling you about a service that helps student applicants write great application essays and personal statements to help them get accepted into college.

Admissionsessays.com has been helping students with their admission essays and personal statements since 1996. Their website has lots of information about the application process for colleges, and they offer free sample essays.

AdmissionEssays.com has specialized information on helping students get into law school, business school, or medical school. Of course, they also help with general college and graduate school.

From what I can see, they generally charge a few hundred dollars for an essay, with discount prices for bulk orders. That may seem like a lot, but it looks like less in comparison to the overall costs of education. Additionally, the long-term financial benefits of getting into a good school can outweigh the costs of essay help.

Unfortunately, the less privileged students need quality education the most, but unfortunately they have the most trouble affording it. Our anti-poverty methods need to include helping the youth get education.

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