You send us your essays in Microsoft Word and we mercilessly edit them. Tactical edits for grammar and tone will be made using Tracked Changes, and strategic edits on how to better use your essays will be made using embedded comments. We also recommend getting at least an hour of Hourly Help so that once you digest the edits we can workshop improvements on the phone.
($125 per 500 words)
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You’re stuck on the waitlist – now what? In this complete package we help you navigate the waitlist process and craft perfect update letters for you to wow the waitlist committee. We've used these methods to get clients accepted off the waitlist at Stanford GSB, HBS, and Wharton.
Our signature product -- we take you by the hand and craft the perfect story to build your entire application around. This process helps our clients achieve superior results while saving a ton of time by developing their personal narrative up-front before they write a single word of their resume, essays, or emails to recommenders.
Our key insight is that the way to earn the approval of the admissions committee is not to "sell them your brand," but rather to "win their vote." Based on techniques pioneered at Harvard, our proprietary system digs deep into your inspirations and motivations, and beautifully connects them to your MBA aspirations in an authentic and compelling way. Our goal at the end of the process is to develop a game-plan for crafting your MBA application (or job application!) such that the gatekeeper will feel that he or she is making the world a better place by putting your application in the admit pile.
This service is very creative and high-touch. Every narrative we create is absolutely unique to the individual, and not the cookie-cutter result of a computer print out.