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Personal Statement Mentoring

With rising global competition, university applications are increasingly competitive. The world’s best schools typically have an acceptance rate below 10%. Admissions advisory has become par excellence for many students to get every advantage possible. QC’s Personal Statement Mentoring helps each mentee to brainstorm, plan, and edit, for a unique narrative that impresses.

Mentoring Objectives

Course Specifics

Strategic college and course selection are key to a successful application. They determine the likelihood of a direct acceptance, conditional offer, and types of interview questions each candidate faces. QC analyses admissions data, individual college and professors, and provides expert recommendation to optimise selection for the best chance of success.

Mentors will brainstorm, guide, develop, structure, and edit the personal statements with each candidate. There is no limit on the hours we put into making the perfect essay. The essay could go through 10 to 20 rounds of editing to craft a compelling application. 

Meet Our Team

Comprehensive Academic Guidance

Our flagship 5 to 1 mentoring pairs each applicant with a team of 5 mentors. The team is headed by a Principal and Secondary Mentor, both of whom from an applicant’s target school (I.e. Oxford Law mentors will form up the primary team for an Oxford law applicant). 3 more mentors will provide support for college research, portfolio preparation, and beyond.

QC’s industry defining framework provides start to end coverage and insider knowledge; from candidate profiling, application strategy, personal essays editing, to interview preparation. Since our inception, QC’s track record stand heads and shoulder over competition and remains best of class.

QC is a one stop service providing a wide range of tuition services to supplement the academic journey from ages 12-18.

Diversified Applicants

QC’s expertise extends across a diverse range of applicants. Each year. our mentees range from valedictorians to the academically less inclined.

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Success Stories

BMAT CASE

Sean Lim

School: ACS Independent

The interview preparation was a rigorous process, involving a strong team of consultants that provide incisive opinions and feedback. The sessions were intense and holistic, targeted at improving not only our abilities to communicate our ideas, but the quality of our content as well.

PAT CASE

NICOLAS MARTIN

School: GEMS DUBAI

I thought the interview was very useful since I got to practice and also because the interview structure is very different from the typical ones, so it was good to learn how to approach them. Also would have been a bit more helpful if we had sessions with Bianca first since she covered the basics before going down to the centre to have the proper interview.

LNAT CASE

WILLIAM LEOW

School: Raffles Junior College

The interview sessions were more useful as the interviewers I worked with were alumni of the specific degree themselves. Therefore, they staged very realistic interviews, similar to the actual one in terms of reading material, questions asked, and general flow. I also learned to manage my body language and organise my answers better.

TSA CASE

DANIEL SITOH

School: Raffles Junior College

The interviewer preparation helped me most importantly in two ways. First, I practiced being able to answer more well thought out and organized responses on the spot and also getting used to being asked hard questions and expected a response immediately. Without the practice it would've have been extremely daunting to just suddenly be asked a challenging question and be expected to answer it in a short-time frame and also the ability to come up with a coherent response in a short amount of time was absolutely critical.

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