Stanford Admission Essay

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Specifically, essays written by students who were later admitted to Harvard focused on overcoming challenging moments in life.

Specifically, essays written by students who were later admitted to Harvard focused on overcoming challenging moments in life.

Fayal said that she wasn’t surprised that Admit See’s data reflected this tactic.

It was a lesson she also learned during her time as a college consultant.

A study conducted by Admit See, an undergraduate and graduate application-sharing platform created by University of Pennsylvania students, found students who used certain words, wrote about certain topics or even just wrote with a certain tone in their application essays were more likely to get accepted to one Ivy League school over another.

Upon analyzing its application archives, Admit See found students who referred to their parents as “mom and dad” in their application essays were more likely to get accepted to Stanford, while students who called them “mother and father” were more likely to receive a Harvard admission offer.

The site invites college students, who are identified and verified by their official school IDs, to upload their application materials.

Once uploaded, their application materials can then be accessed by high school students who are preparing for the college application process.

Like Harvard, Princeton tends to admit students who write about overcoming adversity.

Essays that discuss a student’s experience with race, ethnicity or sexual orientation are well-received by Stanford, Yale and Brown.

“If you take out diversity candidates and student athletes, the difference between legacy and non-legacy students gets really scary,” Fayal said.

Fayal was unable to provide exact numbers on this data – she said Admit See needs to wait to receive more applications containing this type of information.

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