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Does your child have what it takes to get into BYU?

The stakes of getting accepted to BYU are rising. It is estimated that more than 12,000 students will apply to BYU this fall. Using last years acceptance rate, over 4,000 won’t make the cut.

Given these probabilities, parents want to know:

“Is there anything I can do to improve my child’s chances of being accepted into BYU?”


When your child begins their BYU application, nearly all of the criteria are fixed and cannot be influenced or changed — except one: essays.

At this point, tryouts are the only controllable factor your child has to hurt or help their chances.

The Right Way to Write BYU Essays

Susie Boyce, founder of University Essay Builder, has been helping students write BYU essays since 2007. She discovered three fundamental questions this everything Successful BYU trials must effectively address:

1) Do my child’s essays show they enjoy BYU’s goals?

Each BYU trial must be directly correlated to one or more of the Objectives of a BYU training. The stories and examples your child uses should make a clear and personal connection.

2) Do my child’s essays help him stand out?

This fall, BYU will receive more than 70,000 essays. How will your child be remembered? Start by identifying the stories that are unique to them. Then convert them into stories showing their growth and transformation.

3) Do my child’s essays demonstrate potential as a BYU student?

Help your child find examples of character development, values, and testimony. Essays that include these ideas have a powerful impact.

The essential

You box do something to improve your child’s chances of being accepted to BYU. But you don’t have to do it alone. College Essay Builder has created a BYU Writing Course which walks your child step-by-step through the process of writing all BYU essays.

In this course, your child will learn to:

Personalize BYU goals and tie them meaningfully to each trial.

  • Identify stories that demonstrate their potential as a successful BYU student.
  • Approach each essay prompt with depth.
  • Start each trial with a good hook.
  • End each essay with a powerful conclusion.
  • Edit and revise each essay.

The stakes are too high not to do everything you can to help your child be accepted.

And the most controllable thing you can do right now is help them write their best BYU essays by signing them up for this course today.

For a limited time, use promo code LDS50 to get $50 off the full course price.

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