The Apply Texas Essay Process
Apply Texas essays are fun to brainstorm. If you answer A and B correctly, you could easily use them as a Common Application essay for another school outside of Texas. The Apply Texas essays are inventive prompts that really get to the heart of who you are and what you have to offer. The University of Texas schools place special importance on their essays, and their significance should not be underestimated. I have seen extraordinary answers to these essays mitigate slightly lower grades or test scores.
Together we will draw out your most exciting stories and craft them into a compelling structure that excites admissions officers and demonstrates why you are an ideal candidate for whichever Texas campus you are applying to.
- Via telephone we discuss the Apply Texas essay prompt A. Here I learn who the applicant is inside and outside school. We talk about their life experiences, searching for what makes them exceptional. Once we discover their answer, I guide them through the creation of a structure for the essay, which the applicant will then use to write a first draft.
- Once I receive the first draft, we discuss what works and what doesn’t. The applicant uses our notes and suggestions to create a second draft.
- Next up is another review. This is where we point out mistakes or errors in the text.
- We then repeat this process for the next two prompts.
“Robert is truly amazing and super helpful! I came late to him, but we hit the ground running and I had great results (UPenn, Princeton, and more!). He really helped me brainstorm my essays. I believe I was able to finish all my college essays within three weeks. He is also a genuinely nice and sweet person to work with and I found it extremely easy to talk with him (he is super quick at responding as well). Incredibly lucky to have worked with Robert!”
—Alex, UT Austin/Plan II Honors, Class of 2027
of our students were accepted to their first-choice school!
“The entire process went so smoothly. You’ll definitely be hearing from us next year with our younger daughter.”
—Susan H, Dallas, Texas