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Pizzazz And Razzmatazz
That title got your attention. And that's what you want your essay to do when the reader looks into your file. Let's examine techniques, other than kitschy titles, for creating interest. Specifically let's look at surprise, irony, and suspense.
What contributed to the surge, especially for the early rounds? According to GMAC, applicants applied to more schools, and increased numbers of women and minorities applied in response to school outreach efforts.
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Babson Receives Award For Entrepreneurship
Columbia Calls Off Search For New Journalism Dean
Is It Worth It?
College Board And Act To Stop Flagging Accommodations
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