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Hi, I need serious help with my main essay for the MIT application. My first draft turned out to be about 2000+ words so I need to do some serious editing. Right now my essay has detailed descriptions of my favourite club, how I spent time there and how I have grown and developed as a result of this club. Obviously I need to focus on only one aspect - so what would you reccomend I do - which aspect should I focus on. In particular, should I dwell on my favorite parts of the club, or highlighting how my participation in that club reflects MIT's core values?