Many schools and other organizations that give out scholarships will give you a "prompt" or a question which the essay is supposed to address.
Read the question or prompt carefully and try to "read between the lines." For example, the prompt you are to answer might be, "Describe a book that made a lasting impression on you and your life and why?
Sport helps youths to become better contributors to society.
Research shows a child’s involvement in sport helps them to improve their social interaction, increase their confidence, and improve their listening skills and health.
As children get older, the time they spend practicing for and playing each sport they participate in increases.
Soon they have to choose between sports, as their lives become more hectic.
In sport, children learn how to contribute to something bigger than themselves. Coaches and parents often have more impact than they realize on whether children continue to play sport into adolescence and adult years.
In a NCAA Study of nearly 9000 athletes where participants were asked “Why a career in college athletics was not in your future?
" Ask yourself, "Are they really interested in my literary preferences or is there something more to this question?
" More than likely, they want to get a better idea of who you are—not only what types of books you like but also what motivates you and what sorts of stories or topics interest you.