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- Publication Date: June 8, 2017
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As a writing coach who has worked with college-bound students on their dreaded college application essays for the last decade, I especially enjoyed Chapter 11, which he devotes to the specific UT prompts. Wow! You really couldn't ask for any better advice for finding and focusing topics, and crafting them into effective essays.
Unlike many guides for gaming the college admissions industry, Kevin has his priorities straight: It's all about finding the right fit. And this book offers everything you need to give it your personal best shot, from his insights on the psychology of the process to deciphering the actual algorithms used for deciding who gets in. If your dream school is the UT, don't waste any time---get this book and dig in now!
--Janine Robinson, author of Escape Essay Hell!: A Step-By-Step Guide to Writing Narrative College Application Essays
I think this should be gospel to anyone trying to get into UT. This is by far the most educated and in depth information I have ever seen regarding the college search process, as it comes from an actual admissions counselor. I can't thank the author enough for writing this.