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Hey guys its Rachel, and today you can see we've got a little of a different set up I haven't had this setup since my Camp;A video and that was ages ago, but I really wanted to do another kind of like sit down and chat video as some advice for college applications because I know that season is definitely coming up now, and I was kind of reflecting on you know college applications and things and I thought it'd be cool to do an advice video, but I don't want this to be a super long intro so in short I wanted to make this video to help you guys out and yeah let's get started all right so just a little of background about myself I just graduated this past summer, so it is the summer before college right now and next year I'm going to be going to Stanford University which I am so incredibly excited about I mean it still hasn't set in at all really that I'm going to be going to Stanford next year and I still remember when I got that acceptance people sound like my heart skipped a beat you know, but I swear I am about 80 percent sure that my heart actually did skip a beat, and it was just like oh my gosh it was the most excited I have ever been in my entire life besides maybe like when I went to Disneyland for the first time when I was a little kid or something, but I was just so, so excited, and I'm still very excited to be going to Stanford in the fall, or I'd be taking a gap year to work on YouTube but um I'm still undecided I don't want to go into that in this video though yeah let's go ahead and get into my top five tips all right let's go alright so tip number one remember that they know you are 17 or 18 or 16 but anyways they know that you're a teenager because when I was going about writing my college essays I was feeling really intimidated like I had to be this perfect academic robot with you know perfect grammatical usage and an excellent vocabulary and that's totally an illusion in a myth I would say the tone shouldn't be informal, but it should also be kind of like you're talking to your cool aunt and by that I mean like it's still like you're talking to someone that you respect, but you also don't want to be super stiff and uptight and one of the best pieces of advice I got was from my English teacher, and she said you shouldn't sound like a jerk when you're writing your essays I know that seems obvious but when you really think about it it shouldn't have any kind of bragging tone to it of course you're going to be talking about your accomplishments, and it's hard to balance like talking about your accomplishments with you know not sounding like you're bragging because I know you all are amazing people, but it should have a tone of humbleness and appreciation one another big thing about the device that my English teacher told me was that remember that they're looking for someone that they want to see on their campus so if you're reading somebody's essay, and they're talking about I was you know captain of my football team is their captain...
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