writing your personal statement
Your Admissions Problem
To the universities you dream of getting into and their admissions committee, in every way but one, you are a series of numbers.
Your GPA. Your test scores. The number of awards you’ve won in your extracurriculars.
These days, with the quantity of high-quality students, those numbers can blur together. An admissions committee might read hundreds of applications in a day with perfect numbers.
If those numbers alone got you into Harvard, Stanford, or Duke, you could know for certain you’d get in.
But you don’t. Students with perfect GPAs and test scores routinely get rejected from top-tier schools. The competition is fierce, and nothing guarantees admission.
And at this point in the game, you can’t change much.
You Can Still Improve Your Chances
But there is one way, even now, that you can rise above the rest of the candidates. There is one way you can make yourself so memorable, the admissions committee can’t help but want to see you in the incoming class. There is one way to significantly boost your odds of getting into your dream school.
There is one way, even now,
that you can rise above the rest of the candidates.
Your personal statement essay.
But if you’re here, it’s because you know writing is a difficult skill to handle, let alone to master. Trying to convey your life story through a writing style you’ve never learned seems impossibly daunting (and justifiably so).
You stare at the college application essay you just wrote, wondering why anyone would bother to read it. Or, worse, you stare at the blank page, wondering how you can possibly write something that Princeton will consider excellent.
Why You Should Hire Me
That’s where I can help.
I got into Duke 11 years ago on the basis of my powerful, emotional personal statement, and since that time, I’ve helped hundreds of students reach their dream school. I’ve edited, written, and brainstormed hundreds of essays for students applying from everything to a state scholarship to an Ivy League school to an elite medical school program.
But more than that, I’ve helped students achieve their dreams.
And I want to help you achieve yours, too.