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 Read more…


Editing Essays – Part 3 (PPE)

Said to be the university subject of future prime ministers, PPE (Politics, Philosophy, Economics) personal statements can be very daunting and demanding.   Take a look at this great essay. Say things with conviction and elegantly illustrate your points to its core. #ppeessays #editingppeessays #quintessentialedu #educationconsulants #ppeeducation #futureprimeminister  


Editing Essays – Part 2 (Law)

  Often Law essays can be daunting. How do you show depth and breadth without sounding contrived and boring?   Note the comments about substantiating your understanding and evolution of thoughts. Note the importance of an active voice and the importance of stating solutions and not just platitude statements. Note Read more…

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 Read more…

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Home If you’re visiting this site, it’s more than likely that you are completely frustrated by the applications process (which is complex, obtuse and varies across university and country) to overseas universities; you are uncertain about your chances; you have a vague idea of what you want to do in Read more…

UK vs US University systems

US vs UK Education System I am privileged enough to have studied Politics, Philosophy and Economics at Oxford and a Masters in International and Development Economics at Yale, hence I have gained some perspective on the differences between the UK and US education system. My sister and friends also studied Read more…