- Simply asking AI "what should I write my college essay about?" isn't going to get you very far.
- Try prompts like: "What programs and values of the University of Florida are most aligned with my experience in debate club and desire to work in politics?"
- AI is great for checking spelling and grammar. But take your editing a step further by asking AI to help you be more concise and express your ideas in less words.
- See if the AI is able to summarize your story as if they're explaining it to a six year old. If it struggles, you may need to simplify your message.
- Even if your dream school isn't using an AI content detector (they likely are), it will be obvious if an essay feels robotic or inconsistent with the rest of your application.
- Generative AI is an invaluable tool for idea generation, outlining, and editing — but don't risk your future by using AI to write your entire essay for you.
- While a general intelligence tool is a good starting point, ES.AI technology is specifically trained on data from top colleges and admissions counselors.
- Prompts built into the ES.AI experience take the guesswork out of crafting a narrative that will appeal to top universities, while keeping the integrity of your unique story.
Incorporating generative AI into your college essay process can enhance your creativity, refine your ideas, and provide valuable insights. With the right approach, generative AI can be a powerful ally in the college application journey, helping you present your best self to admissions committees.