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Carson W.
Princeton Sophomore, English & History Tutoring Experience
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Writing
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How do you plan to improve your writing in the future?

Carson W.
Answer:

My writing has progressed already, but I hope that I can improve by focusing on editing. Editing is the refinement process, and what I have struggled w/ in the past has been the specific details of my writing. So hopefully, if I can improve my editing, I can sharpen those details.

College Admissions
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Question:

Which aspects of your application do you want to emphasize, & how?

Carson W.
Answer:

I want to emphasize my willingness to explore different subjects--in other words, my intellectual curiosity. The best way to achieve this seems to be by focusing on a specific example in some of my essays.

English
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Question:

What effect does Marquez create by his repetition of names in 100 Years of Solitude, & how does it develop other themes in the novel?

Carson W.
Answer:

Gabriel Garcia Marquez used names repeatedly--Arcadio, Jose, & others--to emphasize the circular progression that the town was undergoing. The recurring names draw parallels to each of the characters predecessors, proving the importance of Marquez's theme of familial & individual history.

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