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[Free Download] 75 College Application Essay Prompts

Do you have a Junior? You'll want to practice college application essays this year! To help you, I'm giving you my ebook, 75 College Application Essay Prompts, for free!

Junior year is the BEST time to practice your college application essays! Download this resource to get 75 College Application Essay Prompts. You can use those topics to practice your essays, and have time to make them perfect before they are submitted to college during the senior year application process.

When practicing these essays, keep a few things in mind.

  • ​The essay is a first-person true story written by your teen.​​
  • The essay must be self-reflective and technically perfect.​
  • The word limit on the essay is 650 words.​
  • The best essay introduction might make your grandmother gasp if she read it.​
  • The best essays include details specifically tailored to each college​.​

Practice writing application essays within your regular English studies. You can include this in your homeschool writing assignments during junior year, or even before if your child can write a descriptive essay. While they are great writing practice, they can also be used in the future to earn college admission and scholarships. Use these application essay prompts to get started.

Need more help? After you have downloaded these prompts, run on over to my article, Tips for Tackling College Application Essays.

For further instruction, try my online class, Parent Training Class called College Admission Essays.

If you prefer a book, you'll get help from my paperback reference book, The HomeScholar Guide to College Admission and Scholarships.

Now go get to practicing!

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