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Thank you so much Esme! For everything, and I can't say that enough. If it wasn't you, I could have given up loooong time ago. I appreciate every little things, (when you convinced my sister to convince me that the application process is doable, when you do school research for us for free).... and of course all the big things (edits after edits, mock interviews and video essays etc). You probably hear these thank-you's a lot from all of your clients, but that doesn't mean I shouldn't say it. Thank you for getting me to my dream, and thank you for being more than just a consultant-- you're a great mentor after all. I hope you have a great summer as well, helping another rounds of good clients! I would definitely recommend you to any of my friends who are planning to grad school. I was skeptical at first but now I can tell them MBA consultants are magical unicorns, and they really gonna help making the dream come true (especially Esme)! 😊 Again, thanks so much for everything. I seriously couldn't have done it without you. Have a great one, and for sure we'll stay in touch!
Your advice on applying to Stanford [MSx} and help through my applications has completely changed my life!! You have no idea how thankful I am and it's really hard to express my feelings in words. I will be more than happy to give you my strongest recommendation.
My son was accepted to Cal Poly. We believe the letter you helped him compile was instrumental in this acceptance.
We are celebrating!!!!
I got accepted to Columbia's MBA program just before my vacation! It makes my vacation so much more enjoyable. Thank you for taking part in the application process with me. You have helped me so much, from developing my essay strategy to the final edit of the entire application and interview prep - the application wouldn't have gone so smoothly without you.
Thank you again for your help!