<p>Is there a general winning format for writing the essay? Doesn't one example in the BB book talking about "perfection" use only one personal example? I personally don't really like the "winning format" of writing three examples because you cannot expand on any example; all you can do is to shallowly touch them. Any thoughts?</p>

<p>You can try the link below. It is an outlined format, but when you actually look into it, the format is well-written. You go deep enough into the question, but at the same time make it easy for the reader to follow.</p>

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