I hope you're doing well. Wanted to drop you a line saying hi from Yale and to let you know my first few months at the SOM have been awesome! As you can probably imagine, it's been a whirlwind of academics/socializing. I'm now looking forward to finishing my core courses to hit the ground running on data science electives across the university. I feel like the flexibility offered by the SOM, and the general open-mindedness I come across here make it the best MBA for me.
My small cohort includes a Google software manager, a SpaceX mechanical engineer, a Goldman Sachs I-banker, several McKinsey consultants, a NASA executive, an active duty Navy Seal, a chess grandmaster, many incredible non-profit founders/managers, and everything. Thank you again for helping me get here.
Wishing you and your family all the best as we enter into the holidays
Because my complex educational history, I was initially hesitant to work with a medical school
admissions consultant, fearing that I would be unable to communicate my unique needs as an
applicant to someone completely unfamiliar with my unusual story. However, I quickly realized
that I would not be able to prepare for my first interview on my own.
I had come across Dr. Barry Rothman on Admissions Straight Talk podcasts, where his wise
insights and kind demeanor stood out, especially in his interactions with students. We also
share an interest in neuroscience. I emailed Dr. Rothman directly to inquire about engaging his
Dr. Rothman acquainted himself with me and my AMCAS and AACOMAS applications. He
helped me to come up with a list of core questions likely to be asked by my interviewers and to
develop the key components of potential answers from my autobiographic history. He led me
through mock interviews and advised me on how best to rehearse. He provided me with a list
of practice questions and suggested that I record myself answering them, to get used to
speaking to a camera (since my upcoming interview was to be online). I regularly practiced
recording responses to the questions from our list. I shared some of these recordings with Dr.
Rothman and he provided valuable feedback. He helped me to be more focused and concise,
keeping within time limits, and to forego hand movements that might be distracting on camera.
When my interview came, I was familiar with the format and confident in my preparedness.
Most of the questions I had worked on with Dr. Rothman arose in some form in my actual
As of October 2023, I have already received my first acceptance to a medical school program.
While I hope to receive more interview invitations in the coming months, I have the peace of
mind of knowing for sure that I will be matriculating somewhere in summer 2024. Thanks to Dr.
Rothman’s invaluable coaching, I feel well prepared to tackle any further interviews and know I
can rely upon Dr. Rothman for further assistance should I need it.
Dr. Rothman has my highest recommendation as a medical school admissions consultant. He is
first-rate in every way.
My heart is full of happiness and gratitude for the support you have provided in my application journey. I am super excited to let you know that I have been admitted to Duke University - Fuqua School of Business class of 2026.
This would not have been possible if I hadn't crossed paths with you and I am grateful. I look forward to meeting you in person and continuing to update you on my MBA journey.
I saw students who have done computer science as their undergrad degree and worked as data scientists/programmers/developers, but they are still not able to go directly to MSE DS.
Looking at those students makes me realise that I am so lucky to get into this program at Penn. Thank you for your help in making this possible.
I would like to thank you for your help in reviewing my SOP and my resume.
The peer reviews were great and gave different viewpoints. I felt supported by you and the team in this journey.
In the end, I managed to get the SOP exactly 1550 words 😄
I graduated MIT EMBA last year. It was one of the best two years of my life. I am so happy I chose that program and I thank you for helping me get in! 😊
I wanted to let you know that I finally heard back from the Marshall school of Business and I was admitted for spring of 2024! I am super excited! I want to thank you again for all of your help and guidance that made the college-application and decision process so much easier. I wish you all the best and will continue to update you on my USC journey!
I'm happy to say that I got accepted into George Mason! Thank you again for all your help and the quick turnaround!
It has been an absolute pleasure working with Kelly Wilson. She helped me submit the best version of myself and got a full scholarship with a stipend on a top 20 school. Given my profile and stats I wouldn’t have been able to do it without her.
After the initial chat I felt like I was working with someone with deep knowledge of the industry and extensive experience within the admissions committee. I was insecure about my profile but she showed me that was not the case.
Even though Kelly and I had only 3 weeks to work on all my applications with her help, responsiveness and willingness to go the extra mile I was able to apply to all the schools I had my sights on.
I am happy to say that I got accepted at 3 of the 4 schools I applied and got significant scholarships.
Highly recommend working with her.
I was underprepared and felt lost when I first reached out to Accepted. Thankfully, Kelly was extremely easy to work with. Not only did she help me find the master's program perfect for me, but also gave me advices that helped me identify my short-term and long-term career goals. She helped improved my interview skills drastically and I can confidently say that she prepared me for every scenario during the interview, I highly recommend Kelly if you are ever in the same position as I once was.