Article Spotlight ~ College Applications – By Andrew Pudewa
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*Is your student in unfamiliar territory when it comes to essays?
*Why are essays important and when are they required?
*So where do you start? How do you write an essay that will stand out among your peers?
*Learn about pathos, one of the three essential rhetorical elements that should be included in an essay.
*What is a “hook” and how and where do you include one in an essay?
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