A family studies materials distributed during an on-campus admission program. (Phyllis Graber Jensen/Bates College)
Whether or not it’s writing the essay or completing the program process as a whole, time spent reflecting on and communicating your experience could be positive and valuable.
18. Don’t stress out!
Bring that positive attitude to the process, and think that most admission officers will love reading your story.
17. You will do have control
Within the case of applying to Bates, you are among the many applicants, so that the process is away from control in certain ways. Continue reading