There are 37,100 high schools in the U.S., and there are 37,100 class presidents applying to college every year. You won’t get into Harvard by merely writing, “I am the Valedictorian of my graduating class” on your application. So, how do you get admitted to the university of your choice? How do you set yourself apart from the 37,000 other top applicants? It is as plain and simple as this: Highly selective colleges and universities expect top-notch applications and accept works of art.
Without Margery I would never have been able to put together a truly competitive application. I applied to Williams, Bowdoin, Middlebury, and Haverford (all four of which are top-ten liberal arts colleges), and was admitted to all four. Moreover, admissions officers from Williams, Middlebury, and Haverford sent me handwritten letters in which they complimented me on my essays and personally asked me to attend their schools.
To anyone who seriously desires to attend a top university, I strongly recommend Margery. She will work with you to bring your unique story to life in a light that is presentable to admissions officers. She is a wonderful person and a true pleasure to work with. And lastly, her track record stands for itself. If you put in your share of work, she’ll get you into college.
AW, Williams ’19