What differentiates this service from others?
All of our writing advisors have PhDs and years of teaching college writing experience. As a result, we are uniquely trained in helping applicants frame a narrative that is genuine, interesting, and effective. We will help you package your academic achievements, extracurricular experiences, and personal background into an essay that shows not only your strengths but what sets you apart from other applicants.
How do we communicate?
The process of applying for college or graduate school is difficult enough, so we want to make our communication with you as easy as possible. Your advisor will communicate digitally by whatever method you prefer—email, phone, Skype, or FaceTime—or we can set up a time to meet in person if you live in New York City.
What if I receive feedback but don’t know how to proceed?
We make sure that the applicant never feels lost or confused by speaking about the feedback either online or in person. And if questions come up after you speak with your advisor, just shoot them an email. Your advisor will be glad to respond. Don’t worry, we won’t leave you hanging!
Who are your clients?
We work with applicants near and far. Our clients include high school and college students in the U.S. as well as international students interested in coming to the U.S. to study.
When can I get help?
We help applicants at any stage of their writing. Whether you are staring at a blank piece of paper or are at the final stages of the writing process, we can help you brainstorm, revise, and edit your work. We will help give you the best chance possible of getting admitted to your dream schools.
What kind of feedback will I receive?
Your writing advisor will provide you with constructive written and oral feedback that encourages forward momentum. You will first receive our written comments by email and then have a meeting to discuss our suggestions and plan your next steps.
If you have a question that wasn’t answered here, please contact us and we’ll be glad to provide a response.