Table of contents for The Adams college admissions essay handbook / Burton Jay Nadler and Jordan Nadler.


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[CN]Introduction: Who, What, When, and Why You Should Read This Book
[CN]Chapter 1: Admissions: Itís Not Rocket Science Even If You Are Applying to MIT
[CN]Chapter 2: ABCs of Essay Writing and Admissions Success 
[CN]Chapter 3: Introspection Before Self-Expression
[CN]Chapter 4: From Confusion to Common Voice
 [CN]Chapter 5: Essayist As Traditionalist, Humorist, Artist, or Anarchist: Which ìistî Is It?
[CN]Chapter 6: Strategic Thinking Meets Emotional Expression
[CN]Chapter 7: Typical Topics Inspiring Exemplary Essays
[CN]Chapter 8: Samples and Analyses
[CN]Chapter 9: A Before-and-After Review and Comprehensive Critique
[CN]Chapter 10: Dos, Doníts and Donít Asks
[CN]Appendix 1: Special Messages for Special Groups
[CN]Appendix 2: Resumes, Brag Sheets, and Other Supplemental Materials
[CN]Appendix 3: Online, Printed, and Other Resources
[CN]Appendix 4: Youíre In! Making the Right Choice




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: College applications United States Handbooks, manuals, etc, Universities and colleges United States Admission Handbooks, manuals, etc, Exposition (Rhetoric) Handbooks, manuals, etc