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
Q: Does the ranking of your high school matter to college admissions?
A: Yes, at least at the university I’ve worked at.
David Coleman, CEO of The College Board, recently announced plans to assign an adversity score to every student who takes the SAT in an effort to capture their social and economic background.
Like the name implies, extracurriculars are the things you do outside of your normal curriculum. In other words, an extracurricular is any organized group activity or hobby that is an extra to what you do in your studies.
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As an experienced admissions file reader, there are some basic guidelines I would give any applicant, that if followed, would make their application profile more competitive for top schools, like the Ivies.
Like your college essay, letters of recommendation allow admissions counselors to gain a better sense of who you are. While your SAT scores and grades give an idea of your academic capabilities, your recommenders can speak to your personality, your work ethic, and what you might bring to the campus culture.
Going into the admissions cycle with a plan will help you stay on track and prevent being overwhelmed. Rest assured, as daunting as it seems, the college admissions process is manageable and doable. We’re here to take the mystery out of the process and help you feel prepared for senior year.
Visiting a college is the best way to find out if it’s the right fit for you. If you’ve always imagined yourself going to a large school in an urban setting, or a small school in a rural setting, taking the time to visit will solidify your decision. Here’s what you need to know about college visits.
Starting the college search from scratch is intimidating. There are hundreds of schools across the country and they all vary in size, location, program offerings, internship opportunities, and more. How do you know where to start? If you’re early in the college search stage, this list is for you.
These days, resumes are needed for more than just job applications. In fact, a growing number of colleges are requiring prospective freshmen to submit resumes as a part of their undergraduate applications. While grades, test scores, and extracurricular involvement form the basis for most admissions decisions, a stellar resume can be the deciding factor for an admissions officer when it comes to choosing between a group of similar candidates.