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Use jokes if appropriate. Only a select few can joke around and tell funny stories. If you have this gift, use it without thinking. Before sending your “funny” essay, let your friends or colleagues read it. Avoid bad taste and meanness. 7. Write positively (avoid criticism). Many write about the adverse circumstances of their lives and how these problems hardened their character. Be careful with the style of writing, if you decide to describe the history of failures. Avoid “victimization” and concentrate on how you have overcome obstacles. 8. Write about your passions and interests. Nothing decorates an essay like sincere enthusiasm. And yet, only a few decide on the description of their preferences. Questions about your hobby or childhood memories are aimed at revealing your non-academic talents.