University of Chicago essay: "Find x"

<p>First of all, I don't know if this is the right forum for my question :(. I'd appreciate redirection if it isn't.
I'm looking for someone to read my U of C essay responding to the prompt "Find x." They say that you can approach the questions with utter fancy, but I think I might have been too fanciful.</p>

<p>My e-mail is <a href=""></a>.</p>


<p>yeah sure, i can read it!</p>

<p>it's hard to be too fanciful for UChicago.</p>

<p>I'll read it for you if you like. PM me.</p>

<p>be cautious of people like AMRAICU, who have posted for the first time to ask to read your essay, and of AudreyH who are going to be applying to colleges soon too.</p>

<p>A-Punk's right. You can still PM if you want, but you're free to not send it (I won't be offended) because I wouldn't send mine to anyone.</p>

<p>Yeah, a good plan would be to send it to people a year above you (so if you're '15, send it to a '14 er like me!).</p>

<p>will read it if you pm it over ^^ (uchi '14 too)</p>

<p>Such an interesting essay topic. Wish this would have been an essay topic for last year's round. I would have loved to have written a response.</p>

<p>Sure. I was reading my friend's essay on this topic the other day...Utterly disastrous. Not exactly an easy topic to answer, yet with the right essay, it might make your application stand out. (Btw I'm a Columbia ed, so you won't have to worry about me being competition for you lol).
E-mail is <a href=""></a></p>

<p>columbia ed here. not applying to u of c, only because i could never dish out the level of creativity the uc app requires lol. ill give it a read, but ill also not be offended if you dont wanna show your essay to a fellow 2015er.</p>

<p>How much do we write for these things? On the supplement it says one to two pages for questions like "Find X" but does that mean single or double spaced?</p>

<p>May i read it as well! (class of 2019!)</p>

<p>. . . i'll take that as a no?</p>