International Development Major
If you didn't make mistakes, you wouldn't be learning.
Hi! I have degrees from three Ivy League schools: Harvard Law, Yale's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and University of Pennsylvania's School of Arts and Sciences. I just graduated from Harvard and Yale this year and focused my studies on international humanitarian law and conflict resolution.
For those of you that are looking to improve you writing, the best way to do that is to write more! Another thing that helps me is to find some essays that I think are really well-written and figure out what I like about them. Is it that it flows really well? Does it have good examples and imagery? Find an essay for a variety of types of good writing, and then after you write an essay, go back and read one of your saved ones that is similar. Compare the two essays and see if there's anything you could change to make yours better!
Hello, I grew up in Japan until high school and then I moved to the US for college. I I know how difficult it is to learn English as a second language, especially for Japanese speakers. At the same time, I know anyone can become a bilingual if they make enough efforts in it. I wish my advice based on my own experience will help you improve your writing skills!
UC Berkeley, Class of 2014
B.S. Bioengineering and Materials Science & Engineering
Validation Engineering, Material Qualification