Unlike many companies, AVE will not write the college essay for you. This is for both ethical and practical reasons. From an ethical standpoint, AVE is much more interested in developing students’ writing skills than in encouraging them to use fraudulent shortcuts to avoid becoming better writers. From a practical standpoint, essays written by essay-writing services do not look real. Experienced application committee members will usually recognize a fake when they see one, and that only hurts your application.
Instead, AVE will guide you through every step of the process, from developing a topic to employing effective rhetoric. At each level, you will thoroughly learn the methods and concepts. For example, AVE will not just give you a topic; you will learn how to develop a topic. AVE will not just rewrite your sentences to make them more vivid or convincing; you will learn how to make any story more vivid, and to make any statement more convincing.
By the time the process is done, you will have a memorable and convincing essay that demonstrates superior analytical and creative skills. But more importantly, you will have learned how to showcase your creativity, to convince any audience, and to write vividly and engagingly.
Beyond the Essay
In addition to helping you with your essay, AVE can help you build a full applicant profile. That means that we can help you develop a full resume of activities, jobs, and/or internships to help create a profile that will set you above your competition.
To do this, it is best to start early. For example, if AVE is going to help you start a community service program or get you involved in an internship, starting in ninth grade will be more effective than starting a month before applications are due. To find out more, please contact AVE at 301-320-3634, or email us at email@example.com.
AVE operates with full confidentiality. No information about any client is divulged to any third party without the client’s explicit request.
Fees: $200/hour. Initial Consultation: Free.
For more information or to schedule a free initial consultation, please call 301-320-3634.
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Analogical thinking is often developed by showing students how to form connections between seemingly unrelated interests, events, and activities. Students learn to demonstrate analytical thinking in several ways, including drawing subtle distinctions and showing the significance of apparently inconsequential details.
Students will also learn basic rhetorical techniques as well as more subte techniques including presupposition and projection. In all situations, students write their own essays. Guidance is provided throughout the project, but the finished product is the student's own.