Services and Pricing for Essay Review
Through years of experience, we’ve been trained and evaluated on knowledge of writing skills and the college admissions process, with additional training on how to facilitate the brainstorming process, interpret essay prompts, and assess candidates on college readiness indicators.
Admissions staffs across the country readily admit only 1 in 20 personal statements they read actually stands out. Fortunately, the staff at Koodoos have read and evaluated 1000s of personal statements and know what it takes to leave a lasting impression on admissions officers.
Our rates include a comprehensive revision, editing or review of any college admissions essay or personal statement with a guaranteed turn-around of 72 hours or less. We’ll provide detailed feedback on the concept and content, spelling and grammar, and more.
|Essay or Cover Letter Review||Special Price||Each Review Includes:|
|499 words or less||$30||One on one support from your editor
Check for readability, content, and impact
Editing for clarity, grammar, style, spelling, and word usage
Revisions made in 72 hours or less
Looking for a unique education experience? If you’re trying to find a sure-fire way to prepare for college and get out of your comfort zone, the IB diploma program might be a good fit for you.
There are a ton of scholarship websites out there and it’s hard to know which ones are legit and which are well-cloaked scams. So, I felt the need to put together a list of websites I’ve personally used and vetted (mostly as a recent grad student). Below is a list of my favorites for 2019.
Did you know that the majority of low-income, qualified students don’t apply to top colleges? With high grades and academic achievements, many would be as competitive as their peers at the most selective schools, including Ivy League institutions like Harvard, Yale, and Princeton. Yet, a number of socioeconomic factors either dissuade or prevent low-income students from applying to these schools. In comes QuestBridge.
Balancing extracurricular activities and academics is hard enough. With the added rigor of an AP course, and the stress that comes along with it, deciding to enroll isn’t to be taken lightly. Below, we’ll walk you through the pros and cons to help you decide.
Summer is the perfect time to give reading a second chance. Even if you’ve been overwhelmed by your high school reading requirements and swore you’d never read again, there’s something magical about getting engrossed in a new book. I promise.
Among some of the most selective institutions, low-income students have a low representation--a fact that’s “relatively unchanged from 20 years ago.” The adversity score has been created perhaps in response to this achievement gap and in an effort to support students who are beating all odds by applying to college in spite of their circumstances.
If you have a GPA of 3.0 or above, you may be eligible for the National Honor Society (NHS). The NHS is a great way to stand out on your college application, especially if you take advantage of all that the program has to offer. Here’s more information about the NHS, including how to apply for the National Honor Society Scholarship Program.
It’s still early. You don’t need to create your dream college list or polish up your resume just yet. In your 9th and 10th grade year, you should be focusing on your studies, getting involved in extracurricular activities, and setting up healthy habits to carry you through the next few years.
Depends. If your application is for graduate school where you generally already have a field of study chosen, or for direct admission into an undergrad college like X University’s College of Education, you should definitely tie your main application essay into your future major or focus area.
Q: Does the ranking of your high school matter to college admissions?
A: Yes, at least at the university I’ve worked at.