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Common Application

Common Application

The common application is the most important piece of paper you will fill out for college admissions. Period. And you need to execute it to perfection. After all, we’ve always said that admissions officers accept applications, they don’t necessarily admit students – and there’s a fine distinction there.

The application includes the personal information section, extracurricular descriptions, academic GPA/test score/award entries, essays and formatting, supplemental essays, additional information, and supplemental material. Remember that at the end of the day you are simply a piece of paper to the admissions committee – that paper needs to come to life to demonstrate the academic, extracurricular, and personal qualities that define you.

There are a lot of moving parts to the college application – we know where everything is supposed to go inside and out. In addition, we may add extra material on top of the application to fully display your talents and highlight your “hook” to the admissions officers.

We are experts when it comes to helping students craft together a thought-provoking application that will make a lasting impression on the admissions officers. When all is said and done, we will have performed everything we possibly could to get you in – increasing your odds for success.

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