• Medical School
• Business School
• Law School
• Arts & Sciences Graduate Departments
Your essay alone is unlikely to win you admission to coveted programs. The essay does, however, offer your best chance to distinguish yourself among qualified candidates for admission.
In these applications, charm won’t cut it. Technical elements of the essay—grammar, spelling, punctuation—must be impeccable. The true challenge lies in conveying your potential to benefit from a specific program and to use your education to benefit others. Additionally, your essay should inspire confidence in admission officers that your presence in their programs will contribute qualities that are distinctive—and irresistible.
Communicating these ideas in a strictly limited number of words requires thoughtful strategy and artful expression.
For more than a decade, I have been privileged to help exceptional students along their paths to higher education. Completing your application essays with me will challenge you to think rigorously and deeply and enhance your prospects for admission at leading schools.
—Kenric Tam Stanford School of Medicine
—JM, Northwestern University School of Law '16
—Amar Miglani Albert Einstein School of Medicine
—Neeraj Miglani Santa Clara University and École hôtelière de Lausanne
Daniel Woohyuk Lee Haas School of Business, UC/Berkeley 2014
Maya W. MD Candidate class of 2015, Duke University School of Medicine