I remember sitting down attempting to begin my college essay. As I wrote and re-wrote, I knew it was all wrong. I couldn’t find the right words to get my point across, and it was becoming all too overwhelming. After getting advice from another “expert,” I felt as if it was no longer my essay; however, this all changed when I met with Mrs. Kashman. Everything sort of fell into place. After meeting with Mrs. Kashman, I felt that she really understood me and what I was trying to say in my essay. She told me that she wasn’t going to write the essay for me but that she was going to lead me in the right direction. She not only helped me with my grammar and sentence structure, but she also helped me to take what I thought was something impossible to put to words, and create something beautiful.
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If I had to choose only one person to help me with my college applications, it would be Mrs. Kashman. Mrs. Kashman proved to be an incredibly valuable resource in the college application process. Not only did her extraordinarily critical eye help me improve my college essays, but also her astute insight and trustworthy advice regarding other aspects of my applications guided my creation of what I felt were the most impressive applications I could submit. I would not send one college application and essay without having Mrs. Kashman review it first. To put it simply: Mrs. Kashman knows what she’s talking about!
~T.R., Brown University
As English was not my first language, the prospect of handing in a very large thesis with many grammatical and style errors frightened me. Mrs. Kashman was able to help me even though this was a scientific paper. Not only did her help improve the clarity of my writing, but she made the paper easier to understand and she ensured that it was properly written even though it was full of scientific and medical concepts. Thank you!
~M.C.D., Bournemouth University, Bournemouth, England