Even with admissions rates dropping to all time lows in the college admissions landscape…
Our students have done remarkably well in the college admissions process. And we mean incredibly well, gaining spots in the top 6 universities in the country, including multiple acceptances to Princeton, Harvard, Stanford, etc.
Every year, as thousands of students vie for a spot at one of the country’s most elite institutions, a part of me shivers with excitement. But it’s not the type of excitement that you’d feel while going on a roller coaster ride – it’s a calm, peaceful excitement that vibrates within me as we help my students navigate the murky waters of college admissions to get them that coveted acceptance letter.
As high school students across the country sweat about final exams and college applications, it’s a peaceful journey for us. But for our students, we sense their nervousness and trepidation as they embark upon the college admissions process.
Thoughts loom: “What if I don’t get in? What if all the hard work I put in throughout all my high years have gone to waste?”
Granted, it is a pivotal moment in one’s life. And that’s why given my expertise with the college admissions process, we love our jobs so much. It’s a great passion for us to see my students get accepted to the college of their choice.
It’s a thrill every year for us as we witness our students, one by one, get accepted to the university they’ve always dreamed of attending. Princeton. Stanford. MIT. Harvard. UChicago.
But what we remind all of my students is that we didn’t get to this position without hard work, and most importantly, spending significant time on the application and on knowing the college admissions landscape.
Most students tend to neglect the importance of putting together a well thought out application, which is our focus from day one as soon as the student signs up with us.
By crafting together a compelling college application that blow the admissions officers away, we are able to outcompete against the country’s best and brightest. Congratulations to all the early acceptances!