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The Apply Texas college application contains many essay prompts, and each of the most popular colleges in Texas has different requirements for which essays they expect applicants to answer.
So how do you get advice on writing your best Apply Texas essays, no matter which school you're applying to?
It's a unified college application process that's accepted by all Texas public universities and many private ones.
(Note that some schools that accept Apply Texas also accept the Common App.) The Apply Texas website is a good source for figuring out whether your target college accepts the Apply Texas application.
With a target length of 500-700 words, this is UT's equivalent of the personal essay.
In our guide to last year's prompts, we described the long UT Austin essay as an opportunity to explain how you became the person you are today.
Note- Prompt's free brainstorming tools include a module to help you find great topics for any "why major" essay.
This prompt is similar to last year's leadership prompt, but with one important difference.
Look no further than this article, which completely unpacks all possible Apply Texas essay prompts.
We'll explain what each prompt is looking for and what admissions officers are hoping to learn about you.