We help our students get accepted into some of the most competitive summer programs in the United States by writing spellbinding summer program application essays. This is a common question that is on the college application: How did you spend your past two summers? Summer programs are an excellent way to demonstrate a student is willing to spend time outside of the classroom stretching their academic boundaries through deep exploration, particularly through research.
We answer this question by helping you explore your interests, whether it is scientific research at the Research Science Institute or Simons in Stonybrook, or literature and debate through the Stanford Humanities Institute. Through several of these programs, our students have won awards at the annual Siemens Competition, the Intel Science and Engineering Fair, and the Regeneron Science Talent Search (STS).
In addition, we have an 8-week Science Research Program where you will work with a former Intel Science and Engineering (ISEF) Grand Prize winner on creating a competition-ready research project. Some of our students have won $25,000 scholarships for their work.
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We also help guide our students with the research paper, as many of our senior consultants have won national recognition back when they were in high school as well. Through academic research, you can demonstrate to the admissions committee that you’re more than just grades and test scores, but a students who applies their academic passion towards the forefront of discovery.
Attending a highly prestigious summer program such as the Research Science Institute or TASP can significantly boost your odds of getting into an Ivy League, Stanford, MIT, UChicago, or Caltech. There are significant benefits to attending a summer program, which demonstrates your intellectual curiosity and academic passion and adds tremendous value to your application.
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