Essay On My Character
I have often wondered what it is that makes me who I am. I am generally a positive person to be around and I try not to judge anyone for the choices that they make or the beliefs that they subscribe to.
I like to think that for the most part, I am a pretty easy person to get along with.
The experiences you write about should all be focused back to one thing: displaying your personal character.
To keep yourself on track, you can ask yourself how each detail you write down is significant and how it specifically demonstrates an aspect of your character.
Or, maybe it is a combination of all of these things because I don’t think that there is one description or label that is capable of defining me completely.
The person who can have razor-sharp wit fuelled by sarcasm, but who is also incredibly warm and supportive of those I care about.
You can then focus on the traits that best fit the prompt you've selected.
No matter how unique you think you are, college admissions staff spend hours reading student essays and they've heard it all.
When writing about yourself, it can often be tempting to go off on a tangent and derail your focus.
Carefully questioning the significance of each point and how it specifically shaped your character will keep you focused on the prompt.