Read The College Essay That Got One High School Student Into All 8 Ivy League Schools

Read The College Essay That Got One High School Student Into All 8 Ivy League Schools
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Anyone who went to college knows that Kwasi Enin didn’t get into all eight Ivy League schools just because of his 2,250 SAT score, 11 AP courses and perfect GPA.

It’s the essay that truly distinguishes outstanding college applicants, and The New York Post has published quite possibly the most important work of the 17-year-old resident of Shirley, Long Island.

The essay is about how Enin’s love of music made him into the passionate intellectual he is today and encouraged him to become an active member of his community.

Here’s the full essay, via The New York Post:

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via The New York Post, Photo Courtesy: William Floyd School District

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