Dear Jennifer, I'm thrilled to let you know that I was just offered admission to Columbia. I wanted to say THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart. I certainly would not have been able to put together such a strong application package (particularly in the time we had) without your guidance and support. Thank you once again :)
- Accepted to Columbia, Tuck, Ross, and Yale.
Booth was the first school that I applied for and Natalie's coaching was instrumental. I did the hourly package with Natalie and she helped me to build a strong set of personal stories and professional achievements. To be frank, for my MBA application journey, I also had a bit of 'trial' experience with other consultants. Natalie is the strongest and the most helpful I've worked with. Under the stress of the close deadline of Booth, we managed to work out two strong essays, which were essentially the core elements in my H/W application. Thus, Natalie was certainly the cornerstone of my R2 success.
Also, I want to highlight that Natalie is one of the very few consultants that see me beyond stats. As a Chinese male with a below-average GMAT, I got advice from other consultants to apply for schools like North Carolina/ Georgetown. Natalie is one of the very few that believe that I actually have a shot at M7. I almost gave up my hope for H/W, but the essays out of Booth application made me believe that I've got something to offer.
- Accepted to Harvard and Wharton
And with that, I am beyond excited to say that I will be attending Stanford's MSCS program this fall!!
I honestly didn't think it was possible and am still in disbelief sometimes that I got into my top choice, but somehow it's real and I couldn't have done it at all without your help. Thank you so, so much for your support and time in helping me apply, especially when you had your hands full with helping so many other people who were also going through a similar experience.
I can't express my gratitude enough - I truly do appreciate everything you've done to help, whether it was being so responsive and patient with me during the application process, providing advice and support, or even being someone I know I can just simply fully trust and rely on for any help.
I’ll tell you the truth, I could not have done it without Rachel's guidance.
- Accepted to Dartmouth's MALS program