FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Why should I work with you?
We are expert admissions and application professionals with years of experience. 100% of our clients are satisfied, and 100% of our clients are willing to refer us.
We are committed to keeping our information current, and we maintain constant contact with admissions offices to ensure we are working with the most up-to-date, current expectations.
As marketers at heart, we use our proprietary process to take any student’s situation and craft a story marketing his/her potential for success and ability to compete at the highest level in their program of choice.
Who needs college application coaching services?
What will I work on with my coach?
It depends on the school’s requirements. Most schools utilize the Common Application and have required supplemental essays or short answer questions. The Common Application consists of a personal statement and activities resume. Supplemental essays can vary from “Why us?” to questions that explore how you think, what’s important to you, and how you view the world, to name a few.
The Common Application and supplemental essays are your opportunity to shine. Through them, you need to show the Admissions Officers the special parts of you that will not be revealed through quantitative data (test scores, GPA, etc.).
We can also work on other required application elements, such as resumes or special circumstance sections.
Will I write my application materials?
When is the ideal time to start working with you?
The summer before your senior year is the best time to get started. At that point, you will likely know where you are applying. Plus, most schools release their supplemental essay questions during the summer, so you can get some of those completed before your senior year even begins!
However, it’s never too late to start working with us. We adjust timelines accordingly based on when you reach out to us and which deadline you are working toward (November 1 and January 1 are the two major application deadlines, though deadlines can vary per school).