What We Do
From wherever you are to wherever you want to be, we will help you get there. Our former admissions officers and graduate coaches have helped students stand out from the competition and earn acceptances.
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Meet your team
The match matters. We will assign you a team of former admissions officers and graduate coaches trained in our curriculum and managed by our education team. Your target schools, interests, and personality are central to the pairing process. From there, we do everything through video chat, phone, and email. No matter where you are, we are always one click away.
Develop your edge
A great application starts long before pen meets paper. Your team of former admissions officers and graduate coaches will help you develop your academic interests, engage in unique extracurricular activities, strengthen your personal qualities, hone your leadership skills, and ultimately, position you to get into the best schools possible.
Earn your acceptance
Our former admissions officers, unparalleled resources, and strategic approach will bring your dream schools into reach. No matter which university you aspire to, if you want to maximize your chances, we’re here to help. We’ve done it thousands of times before, and we’re ready to do it again. It’s your turn.
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