TestimonialsWhat students say about us
I truly believe that your help has constructively aided me in writing an essay that reflects my lifestyle. In such a short notice and small time frame, you have allowed me to write a great essay by stimulating my creativity with simple examples. I really appreciate the fact that you took your time outside of our meetings to actually read, highlight and edit my essays. Highlighting the key passages was an excellent way to make sure that we were on the same page (mindset). You were able to narrow down on what you thought were important passages and that forced me to become cognizant of the parts of my essay that were standing out to other readers. A one on one experience was also very helpful as I was able to better articulate my messages to you and explain my motives for a certain quote/phrase. Overall, having an editor other than family members (who may pose bias) allowed me to get a good sense of what an admission officer may approve or disapprove of in my essays. Once again your assistance is greatly appreciated!!
Student, North Carolina State University, USA (Liberal Arts 2016)
The reason I would recommend them is the same reason I would recommend a good student to a university; they are extremely passionate about what they do. I don’t think any other guidance agency would put anywhere as much time or passion into researching the schools and editing essays. A lot of the questions my interviewer asked me were those Madhu aunty went through with me in the mock interview. It got me relaxed and confident for the actual day.
Student, Carnegie Mellon, USA (Computer Science, 2015)
The critical and analytical advice given, helped me to create a powerful and unique personal statement. Madhu Aunty helped me formulate my ideas into a creative and clear structure, broke down the writing process into several steps and helped me to relate the learning outcomes of my activities to my future study; all of which helped towards forming a strong personal statement which best represents me.
Student, Liverpool, UK (Medicine, 2013)
I am very happy with our decision to engage a counselor for assisting us in selecting the colleges and a potential career path for our daughter. Though initially skeptical, we soon realized that the school counselors were not able to provide the same personalized support as you did.
I really liked the way you had approached the whole process asking us more questions than we could think of, how you guided us in the selection process between UK and USA and then finally the branch she should choose initially, especially when she was still not 100% clear what she wanted to do. I would like to thank you for your support and wish you all the best. We will always recommend you to our friends and family.
Parent, Boston University, USA (Biomedical Engineering, 2015)
We did not realize that a medical interview required so much of preparation. Madhu worked beyond my expectation to prepare my daughter both in content and confidence for her Traditional and MMI interviews. Thanks Madhu, we could not have done it without you!
Parent, University of Birmingham, UK (Medicine, 2014)
College applications can be a daunting task for parents and their child – sifting through the hundreds of options out there. To top it, the school supports only a limited number of applications. This makes it imperative to have a realistic wish list. Madhu has been instrumental in making the college list watertight for us. And her efforts in presenting my child’s school achievements through the mandatory essays was beyond expectations.
Parent, Northeastern University, USA (Mechanical Engineering, 2015)
A lot of the questions prepared actually came up in the interview, so it was useful to have prepared and practiced them in advance. Gave good level of confidence. The interview prep course gave a good structure to the preparation process of the interview, especially the table of a doctor’s attributes and how I had displayed those qualities.
Student, University of Nottingham, UK (Medicine, 2014)
The content of the college lists was very comprehensive which helped a lot when it came down to choosing the universities. One thing, which was especially helpful during the brainstorming stage, was looking at the specific skill set that universities were looking for in the personal statement and linking what I have done to them. It is definitely a valuable skill I will use in the future.
I would recommend this because it saved me a lot of the time and stress that otherwise would have occurred from looking at different universities. Also I think this offers a more personal guidance which the school academic advisors cannot give.
Student, Newcastle University, UK (Biomedical Sciences, 2016)