Impress the college admissions officer with your child's personal statement!
Experienced, Ivy-League educated editors to improve your child's spelling, grammar and overall message
Make Your Personal Essay Stand Out From the Crowd
- Getting admitted to an elite college is getting more competitive every year. As a result more applicants are applying with strong SAT scores and grades.
- This makes it far more challenging for the applicant to get noticed. The personal statement is a great way to highlight what is unique about your child.
- In many cases the personal statement is the deciding factor on which student should be offered admission.
How It Works
- 1. Meeting with your editor: Meeting in person, or via Skype to help you come up with an exceptional essay topic that explains why your child is unique.
- 2. Editor provides you with personalized feedback: You provide us your initial draft. Your editor looks to comment on the following issues. •Grammar •Spelling •Sentence structure •Word choice •Suggestions on how to improve your personal statement.
- 3. Review your revised personal statement: If you have any questions or concerns your editor will be available to you to help you.
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Meet the editors
Formerly at Admission Committees of: Johns Hopkins University George Washington University Georgetown Law School
Adnan has worked for three different admissions committees: Johns Hopkins University, Georgetown Law School (as a consultant) and George Washington University. He has coached countless students on college essays, admissions strategies, college selection, resumes, college applications, letters of recommendation, mock interviews, and financial aid. More recently, he was interviewed by CBS Senior Reporter Kimberly Suiters regarding the college essay and application process as an expert.
Over his twenty years in Washington, DC and New York, he has also worked for The White House Press Office, US Senate Finance and Judiciary Committees, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, OSCE (as Advisor to the Chief of Mission for the 2012 US presidential elections) and served as Chief Operating Officer of a bilateral development initiative inaugurated by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with General Colin Powell as Honorary Chair. Currently, he works with the US Department of State.