To learn how to write better I suggest reading guides about basic grammar and writing. You might find them helpful to refresh your memory about concepts you were supposed to be taught in grade school and high school. http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/
This link contains important information about keeping tenses correct:http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/consistency.htm
Sentences like the ones below will not fly well in application materials or in written/essay exams.
Thank for the advice. That what my pops keeps telling me. It is nice to hear it from someone else. Yet reading the WallStreet Journal does not sound like a bad idea.
Talk to my prelaw advisor, told her that I wanted to improve my writing. She said that one of the most effective ways to improve writing is through reading allot. As a result, I am now on the mission to read books daily. What books do you recommend?
Also, use the dictionary to expand your vocabulary. When you encounter unfamiliar words you should look them up and also take note of their proper spelling. ('allot' means something much different than the phrase 'a lot')