We firmly believe that every student we work with is amazing in their own right. Every student has strengths, talents, skills, abilities, traits, and more that are amazing, and our job is to help them understand their gifts and highlight them.
As parents we understand how it's hard to not get caught up in what we see around us, but we also work hard at recognizing how each student has their own journey on their own pathway.
Few newsworthy articles:
How the University of California Strike Could Reshape Higher Education
Law schools with LSAT rule change: In an unprecedented move, top law schools decide to move away from LSAT and also stop sharing data with US News for rankings. The move to drop LSAT requirement for admissions starting fall 2025 is a direct consequence of the American Bar Association's decision to stop requiring law schools to use this or any other standardized test when admitting students. The interesting question now is whether we will see a change in how undergraduate colleges view US News rankings. So far, only one undergraduate institution, Reed College shunned rankings.
Some of the most common corrections we make in essays: