Chỉ còn một vài tháng nữa sẽ tới hạn nộp hồ sơ mùa ứng tuyển đại học năm nay. Càng chuẩn bị từ sớm, các em càng có cơ hội hoàn thiện bộ hồ sơ của mình một cách trọn vẹn nhất. Thời điểm mùa hè được nhiều em học sinh tận dụng để viết bài luận cá nhân, hãy tham khảo một số đề bài cho các bài luận bổ sung được thu thập từ một số trường đại học để chuẩn bị thật tốt nhé. 


University of Chicago


Question 1 (Required)

How does the University of Chicago, as you know it now, satisfy your desire for a particular kind of learning, community, and future? Please address with some specificity your own wishes and how they relate to UChicago.


Question 2: Extended Essay (Required; Choose one)

Essay Option 1

Exponents and square roots, pencils and erasers, beta decay and electron capture. Name two things that undo each other and explain why both are necessary.

– Inspired by Emmett Cho, Class of 2027


Essay Option 2

“Where have all the flowers gone?” – Pete Seeger. Pick a question from a song title or lyric and give it your best answer.

– Inspired by Ryan Murphy, AB’21


Essay Option 3

“Vlog,” “Labradoodle,” and “Fauxmage.” Language is filled with portmanteaus. Create a new portmanteau and explain why those two things are a “patch” (perfect match).

– Inspired by Garrett Chalfin, Class of 2027


Essay Option 4

A jellyfish is not a fish. Cat burglars don’t burgle cats. Rhode Island is not an island. Write an essay about some other misnomer, and either come up with and defend a new name for it or explain why its inaccurate name should be kept.

– Inspired by Sonia Chang, Class of 2025, and Mirabella Blair, Class of 2027


Essay Option 5

Despite their origins in the Gupta Empire of India or Ancient Egypt, games like chess or bowling remain widely enjoyed today. What modern game do you believe will withstand the test of time, and why?

– Inspired by Adam Heiba, Class of 2027


Essay Option 6

There are unwritten rules that everyone follows or has heard at least once in their life. But of course, some rules should be broken or updated. What is an unwritten rule that you wish didn’t exist? (Our custom is to have five new prompts each year, but this year we decided to break with tradition. Enjoy!)

– Inspired by Maryam Abdella, Class of 2026


Essay Option 7

And, as always… the classic choose your own adventure option! In the spirit of adventurous inquiry, choose one of our past prompts (or create a question of your own). Be original, creative, thought provoking. Draw on your best qualities as a writer, thinker, visionary, social critic, sage, citizen of the world, or future citizen of the University of Chicago; take a little risk, and have fun!


University of Georgia


“The transition from middle to high school is a key time for students as they reach new levels of both academic and personal discovery. Please share a book (novel, non-fiction, etc.) that had a serious impact on you during this time. Please focus more on why this book made an impact on you and less on the plot/theme of the book itself (we are not looking for a book report).”


University of Vermont


Ứng viên chọn trả lời một trong các chủ đề bài luận dưới đây:


  1. Why UVM?


  1. Established in Burlington, VT, Ben & Jerry’s is synonymous with both ice cream and social change. The “Save Our Swirled” flavor raises awareness of climate change, and “I Dough, I Dough” celebrates marriage equality. If you worked alongside Ben & Jerry, what charitable flavor would you develop and why?


  1. UVM is a community that celebrates the unique identity of every student, faculty and staff member. Tell us how your identities have shaped the ways you interact with the world.


  1. From the Green Mountains to Lake Champlain to our campus, UVM students are inspired by our location to think about their relationship to the environment. What does your relationship with your environment look like?


  1. If you could pick one song to be the soundtrack of your life, what would it be? What is your connection to the song?


University of Wisconsin-Madison


- Chủ đề luận khi ứng tuyển qua Common App

- Chủ đề luận khi ứng tuyển qua hệ thống UW System Application:

  1. This part is all about you. Tell us about something you’ve done—academically or personally—and what you’ve learned from it. Was it a success or a challenge? Did it represent a turning point in your life? How did this particular moment in your life influence you, and how will it continue to influence you as you pursue your college education?


  1. Tell us why you would like to attend the University of Wisconsin–Madison. In addition, please include why you are interested in studying the major(s) you have selected. If you selected undecided, please describe your areas of possible academic interest.


Boston College


  1. Each year at University Convocation, our incoming class engages in reflective dialogue with the author of a common text. What book by a living author would you recommend for your incoming class to read, and why would this be an important shared text? 


  1. At Boston College, we draw upon the Jesuit tradition of finding worthwhile conversation partners. Some support our viewpoints while others challenge them. Who fulfills this role in your life? Please cite a specific conversation you had where this conversation partner challenged your perspective or you challenged theirs.


  1. In her November 2019 Ted Talk, “The Danger of a Single Story,” Chimamanda Ngozi Adichi warned viewers against assigning people a “single story” through assumptions about their nationality, appearance, or background.  Discuss a time when someone defined you by a single story. What challenges did this present and how did you overcome them?


  1. Boston College’s founding in 1863 was in response to society’s call. That call came from an immigrant community in Boston seeking a Jesuit education to foster social mobility. Still today, the University empowers its students to use their education to address society’s greatest needs. Which of today’s local or global issues is of particular concern to you and how might you use your Boston College education to address it?


  1. Human-Centered Engineering (HCE) Applicants only: One goal of a Jesuit education is to prepare students to serve the Common Good. Human-Centered Engineering at Boston College integrates technical knowledge, creativity, and a humanistic perspective to address societal challenges and opportunities. What societal problems are important to you and how will you use your HCE education to solve them?


Học sinh có thể lựa chọn viết về một trong những chủ đề bài luận bổ sung trên, ngoại trừ các ứng viên chuyên ngành HCE - các em được yêu cầu viết luận với chủ đề cuối cùng được liệt kê. 


Drexel University


Các ứng viên đăng ký các chuyên ngành nghệ thuật và thiết kế truyền thông Westphal College of Media Arts and Design được yêu cầu hoàn thành bài luận phụ với chủ đề:

Please write a short essay describing why you are interested in pursuing your major of choice at Drexel University's Westphal College. What have you done that prepares you to study in your major of choice?. (Maximum 500 words) 


James Madison University


Các ứng viên ứng tuyển vào Honors College được yêu cầu viết bài luận về một trong số các chủ đề dưới đây:


  1. Critically discuss why you believe what you believe about social justice. Using one specific example from your life, how do you anticipate that your future will be connected to social justice issues?


  1. Which is the better approach - focusing on what is going right or focusing on what is going wrong? Justify your answer with one specific example from your life.


  1. Think of your personal and career aspirations. Using a specific example from your life, discuss the implications of changing demographics for your future.


  1. Choose one specific example from your life to explain how science AND literature can be used to address a current problem.


Villanova University


Writing Supplement #1: Villanova Free Choice (2023-24) [250 words]


Prompt One:

St. Augustine states that well-being is “not concerned with myself alone, but with my neighbor’s good as well.” How have you advocated for equity and justice in your communities? 


Prompt Two:

As an Augustinian community, we believe that you should see people for who they are. Please share with us a time when you were misjudged based on your identity or background.


Prompt Three:

In the Villanova community, we learn from one another. What is a lesson in life that you have learned that you would want to share with others? 


Prompt Four:

At Villanova, we often say "each of us strengthens all of us." In a time of personal challenges, how do you borrow from the strength of others? 


Writing Supplement #2: Why Villanova? (2023-24) [150 words]


Prompt: Why do you want to call Villanova your new home and how will you become part of our community? 


University of Miami


Located within one of the most dynamic cities in the world, the University of Miami is a distinctive community with a variety of cultures, traditions, histories, languages, and backgrounds. The University of Miami is a values-based and purpose-driven postsecondary institution that embraces diversity and inclusivity in all its forms and strives to create a culture of belonging, where every person feels valued and has an opportunity to contribute.


Please describe how your unique experiences, challenges overcome, or skills acquired would contribute to our distinctive University community. [250 words]


Wake Forest University


  1. List five books you’ve read that have intrigued you.


  1. Tell us what piques your intellectual curiosity or has helped you understand the world’s complexity. This can include a work you’ve read, a project you’ve completed for a class, and even co-curricular activities in which you have been involved (limit 150 words).


  1. Dr. Maya Angelou, renowned author, poet, civil-rights activist, and former Wake Forest University Reynolds Professor of American Studies, inspired others to celebrate their identities and to honor each person’s dignity. Choose one of Dr. Angelou’s powerful quotes. How does this quote relate to your lived experience or reflect how you plan to contribute to the Wake Forest community? (limit 300 words)


  1. Give us your Top Ten List. (The choice of theme is yours.) (limit: 100 characters per line)

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