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I have a strict policy where I don't apply for any jobs or programs which ask me to write an essay as part of the application process. Give your essay a title. It will make it more memorable for the person reading it, and help them understand it. Without a title, it's easier to get lost and not know what the point of the essay is/give up and move on to the next one.
"Why I Hate Black People" by J.F. Clarky. At least it'll get attention.
Indeed, but when I'm reading/grading 150 or so essays, I give it about 15 seconds a page unless it grabs me.
I am applying to business school, kind of early, whatever it doesn't matter. Question, to title the application essay(s) or not and should include my name on the header or footer?