“You have to find your “passion” to get accepted into Ivy Leagues and top-tier colleges!! OR else!”
You’ve heard that before, right?
But…Is that really true?
In this episode, I discuss and demystify the word “passion” and share 5 questions that you should ask yourself when identifying and exploring your interests and passions and how they fit into your college admissions journey.
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WHAT YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE:
- Why I had to re-write my Harvard essay because I knew it wasn’t the “real me”
- Why students and parents are trying so hard to find that “passion” and why “trying hard” is actually a mistake
- 5 questions you should ask yourself when exploring your interests (academic and/or non-academic)
- What Ivy Leagues and top-tier college admission officers hate seeing on the applicants’ essays (yet, so many high school students do this!)
- The ONE word that is prohibited when writing college essays
“Don’t fake your passion.”
“What are you really interested in and why?”
“Show and demonstrate yourself in the most authentic way possible.”
“It has to come from your heart, not your ego.”
“Only through taking action…only through experience will you gain clarity.”
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