Ana, I am not sure about how we can help you with your motivation letter because you don't have a draft for us to review. However, if you are looking for pointers and inspiration, I can make a few suggestions. First, when you draft the motivation letter, think about the reasons why you are interested in this particular course. If it is a college degree, then think about your civic activities and life influences that led to your interest in the degree. If it is for a masters degree, then look at your professional performance to date and ask yourself what parts you can improve. What kind of improvements do you want to make in your workplace and how can this degree help you achieve that? Those will represent the basis of your motivation. It won't be extremely difficult to write the motivation letter provided that you know what the basis for your choice of course is. For further help in assessing your motivations and the essay that you will be writing, you can look up our services offered for a more personalized and private assessment of your work. If you'd like to work me, choose the name "Mary" under the preferred writers list.