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A week ago, the operation that is sting Operation Varsity Blues exposed a long list of well-heeled and well-known parents who rigged the college-admissions process, to some extent by paying proctors and ringers to take or correct tests for his or her kids. Not even after news regarding the scheme broke, critics rushed to indicate that celebrity parents like Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman did need to break n’t the law to game the system.
When it comes to ultra-rich, big contributions could easily get their name on a science building and their offspring a spot at a top-tier school—an option California Gov. Gavin Newsom recently called “legal bribery.” Even the moderately wealthy can write my paper grease the admissions process with extensive SAT tutoring or, more problematically, college application essay editing.
In the admissions process, there’s a higher premium regarding the personal statement, a 500-word essay submitted through the Common Application, about some foible or lesson, which is designed to give readers an improved feeling of the student than, say, a standardized test score.READ MORE