One of the questions I often get from students is how to talk about hardships and that MCAS states that you certainly can talk about special hardships challenges or obstacles that may have influenced your educational pursuits or comment on significant fluctuations in your academic record that are not explained elsewhere well two comments one often times in an application a couple of pages from the front there’s a spot where they will say use this space if you’re so inclined to discuss any extenuating circumstances and this is where you can write anything you want but you keep it short to the point youRead More →

We are talking about a linking word; an example. According to Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon, good entrepreneurs must be stubborn and flexible. When referring to Amazon, Bezos says, “We are stubborn on vision. We are flexible on details”. Sticking to the vision is the first part, and being flexible about the tactics is the second part. Bezos adds, “If you’re are not stubborn, you’ll will give up on experiments too soon. And if you’re are not flexible, you’ll will pound your head against the wall and you won’t would not see a different solution to a problem you’re are trying to solve”. There’sRead More →

At the end of the paragraph you should link it to the thesis again just to wrap it up you know or maybe like even transition it to the second paragraph so if you want videos on integrating quotes I can help you with that like I think I’m a master at it now because I had so many workshops and stuff like that only but I’m not going to talk about it in this video just because it would be too long but make sure the only thing I’m going to say is that you should make sure that your quote should be inRead More →