Track Record

First-time Applicants (91% of our client portfolio):

93%

of our clients have been invited to interview.

90%

of those invited to interview have been admitted into a program.

35%

of those admitted have been offered unsolicited scholarships due to the high quality of their applications.

$91K

has been the average scholarship amount.

Re-Applicants (9% of our client portfolio):

92%

of our clients have been invited to interview.

93%

of those invited to interview have been admitted into a program.

36%

of those admitted have been offered unsolicited scholarships due to the high quality of their applications.

$96K

has been the average scholarship amount.

Our clients don’t get admitted because they have perfect profiles.

They get admitted because they chose the right partner to help them prepare their applications.

THERE IS ONLY ONE REASON WHY A FIRM WOULD NOT DISCLOSE THEIR TRACK RECORD - BECAUSE IT IS TOO LOW.

How do we calculate our track record? I'll explain. With each client, in the end, you are either in the YES column or NO column. If we work with you on a school, and you get an offer, that's a YES for us. If you work with us on 5 schools and get 3 offers, that is still just one YES for us. If we did not work with you on a school and you get an offer, that's a NO for us. Our track record includes clients who applied to only 1 school, not just those who applied to 4 or more. We do not try to convince clients to look at less competitive schools. We work with clients to understand their appetite for risk and build a list of schools that excites them; we are candid about what we believe is possible, and unlikely. We know the process is unbelievably competitive and subjective, that some people won't succeed even though they should. For us, what is most important is that clients grow and feel we are doing all we can to guide them on their journey. That said, we know what's most important to clients is the end of that journey: succeeding. So we share our track record, and methodology, to offer transparency. We hope you find it helpful.

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(statistics updated on 12/1/2022)