In five video lessons + a 48-page workbook, I'll bring you the inside scoop straight from UC admissions reps, and you'll learn all you need to know to write your answers to the new University of California personal insight questions.
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HOW TO ANSWER THE NEW UC APPLICATION PROMPTS
VIDEO COURSE SYLLABUS
1 – How to Choose Your Topics
2 – How to Stand Out on Each of the UC Prompts
3 – Revising the First Draft
4 – Taking Things to the Next Level
5 – Ethan Workshops Essays
Plus: In the first session, I'll tell you the one thing you ABSOLUTELY MUST DO before beginning your UC application.
Session videos are available with closed captions for deaf and hard-of-hearing viewers.
Who is College Essay Guy?
Ethan Sawyer is a nationally recognized college essay expert and sought-after speaker. Each year he helps thousands of students and counselors through his online courses, workshops, articles, products, and books, and works privately with a small number of students. A graduate of Northwestern University, Ethan holds an MFA from UC Irvine and two counseling certificates. He lives in Los Angeles with his beautiful wife, Veronica, and their amazing daughter, Zola.
Learn how to choose your four prompts and how to make your answers stand out.
Find out what what UC admissions officers are really looking for.
Work at your own pace.
Watch the videos as many times as you want.
Students finish the course with compelling and memorable responses to the UC personal insight questions.
Parents and counselors get all the tools they need to help their students through the writing process.
Watch and work from anywhere. You’ll have access to the videos forever.
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