rejected ivy league

Best, Brightest and Rejected: Elite Colleges Turn Away Up to 95%

Best, Brightest and Rejected: Elite Colleges Turn Away Up to 95% By RICHARD PÉREZ-PEÑAAPRIL 8, 2014 Stanford University accepted 5 percent of applicants in the latest admissions season, a new low among elite colleges. Enrollment at American colleges is sliding, but competition for spots at top universities is more cutthroat and anxiety-inducing than ever. In Read more about Best, Brightest and Rejected: Elite Colleges Turn Away Up to 95%[…]

Chem engineering

Editing Essays- Part 4 (Chem Engineering)

Chemical Engineering is a very technical and challenging course. Many famous CEOs, business leaders and Nobel Prize winners studied chemical engineering.   Note the comments in  in the essay to a laymen and lack of elaboration, good opening lines. Often candidates may better their essays by reading widely on global affairs. Contact us if you want to Read more about Editing Essays- Part 4 (Chem Engineering)[…]

science student

Getting References – Part 1 (Science)

Here is a sample reference of an good student Harvard would accept: X has been an assistant in my laboratory during the past year, and has proven to be exceptional in several respects. First, X is exceptionally intelligent. He proved to be a very quick study, learning the elements of experimental design and the uses Read more about Getting References – Part 1 (Science)[…]

Books

Choosing your degree: Ma, I want to be a hairdresser.

I remember telling my granddad and mum that I wanted to be a hairdresser and sweep hair off the floor. (That isn’t even what a hairdresser does but let’s move on.) Now I’m a lawyer. Suffice to say, we don’t know what the heck we want when we’re younger. This article is important. This is Read more about Choosing your degree: Ma, I want to be a hairdresser.[…]

Studying Medicine

Editing Essays – Part 1 (Medicine)

Here, we share with you common pitfalls and improvements that one can make to an essay with help and advice.   Note the use of “gratifying prestige” and *no recognition of the long and arduous journey of medicine”. Here’s what an improved essay draft could look like: #medessays #consultancy #quintessentialedu #essayconsultants #educationconsultants #medicine #medicalstudents