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Think about it  you're a person and a high school student. Translation? You're so much more than a GPA and a test score.

As a high school student, your experiences and accomplishments play a big role in your college application. But they don't tell the whole story.

You'll be tempted to rush through this step, and get on with the essay writing. That's understandable, because the clock is ticking.

But wait. Give yourself the gift of time to explore who you are as a person, first.

Find a special place that inspires to you to write. Set a timer for 20 minutes, if that helps you focus. Background music? That's your call.

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Explore
Who are you?

Who are you?

Because Step 1 includes several writing exercises for you to work through, here is an outline of each "assignment" to complete. The directions and tools for each assignment will be on separate pages so you can focus on one task at a time.

Reflect on Who You Are as a Person

Three Words

Connect to Your Story

Reflect on Who You Are as a High School Student

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