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Okay Im about to write an college essay, what topic should I choose?

Okay Im about to write an college essay, what topic should I choose? Topic: Essay on topic my college
April 19, 2019 / By Betony
Question: I was born in Russia and now i have American citizenship so I could write about my unique prospective of the word? Or should I address my low GPA instead (2.3-2.4), I had it tough at home i guess me and my mom never really got along but I dont want to throw her under the bus? I still love her. Also do I have any chance attending a 4 year college with a 2.3 gpa I volunteer at a museum and in model UN, history club scrubs club and book club and was a varsity cross country runner in 10th grade...and AG. But my questions are what topic for an essay and is there a point in applying to a 4 year college? Well you tell me if i have a unique outlook on the world? I was born in Russia and lived for 8 years and now i live in america and I travel there often? I see major flaws in both societies and there a good things in both societies also. Im just multi cultural...I guess.
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Agnes Agnes | 4 days ago
You can write about the adjustment you needed to make to American life. Whatever you write about be sure to make it positive. You can talk about your struggles, but end on a positive note (ie. what you learned from the experience). If you want, mention your GPA BRIEFLY. Just a sentence or two on why you got the GPA you did, and what you're going to do to bring it up. You have to work this part into your essay though. But if I were you I would leave it out. As far as applying to a four-year university...with a 2.3 GPA your options aren't much. As the first poster said, apply to two-year colleges too.
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Agnes Originally Answered: I am suppose to write a college essay, but I cannot come up with a topic or where to begin. help?
Oh come on you self righteous humans. Everyone has writer's block once in a while. The problem with this question is that we don't have enough information. What kind of essay it it suppose to be? Scientific? Book report? Creative writing? Informative? Persuasive? Let us know. ;)
Agnes Originally Answered: I am suppose to write a college essay, but I cannot come up with a topic or where to begin. help?
Topic: The storm Think back to a thunderstorm, snow storm, hail, lightning, tornado, waterspout, hurricane, or whatever you have in your place. Plan for it. Live through it. Clean up afterward.

Timmy Timmy
Write about your unique world perspective, but only if you really have one, don't make stuff up. DO NOT make up excuses for your GPA. It can work, such as i wrote about my growth from freshman year(2.1) to now (4.5) but if you have continuously had a low GPA you will just appear as another whiny person saying life dealt you a bad hand and that's why your grades are lousy. Bad idea. Yes you should apply to four year colleges but you also need to apply for some 2 year community colleges. You will easily get in to those and then you can work hard for a year, get really good grades then transfer to the four year college of your choice. Good Luck
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