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Our consultants have been advising college and graduate school applicants since 1994. Based in Southern California, with consultants in North America, Europe, and Asia, our team of experts can assist you, like they have helped thousands of others, no matter where you are or where you want to go.
When you choose Accepted, you will be assigned your own consultant dedicated to helping you, as well as the support of a team made up of uncommonly talented professionals, including former admissions directors, published authors, and PhDs. It's the best of dedicated one-on-one mentoring combined with the breadth and depth of a larger company.
Not only do our consultants have the experience and expertise needed to make you stand out, they have the passion necessary to help you get accepted. It's not just what we do – it's who we are.
Get to know our consultants and you'll see why Accepted can help you get accepted!
Over 25 years of experience as MBA admissions director, career coach and Chief Military Recruiter at Vanderbilt University and Tuck School of Business, consultant at Université de Nice, and adjunct faculty at Vanderbilt, Dr. St-John has a deep knowledge of MBA and graduate admissions.Learn more about Dr. Christie St-John.
I'm a biology professor who has extensive experience helping students apply successfully to PhD programs.Learn more about Dr. Barry S. Rothman, Ph.D.
Draws on ten years of experience teaching writing and guiding students and clients through the application process. Her applicants have been accepted at top universities, including Harvard, Stanford, and USC.Learn more about Vanessa Febo.
Tenured English Professor. Extensive experience in the Medical Humanities. 20 years’ experience guiding applicants to graduate school.Learn more about Dr. Mary Mahoney.
Former administrator at the University of Washington School of Medicine. Author of three ebooks about medical education, Cyd has successfully advised MBA, medical, and residency applicants since 2001.Learn more about Cydney Foote.
''When I received my acceptance from Stanford, I realized that I would never have applied if it were not for [Jennifer].''Learn more about Jennifer Bloom.
MIT, Stanford, Google, Apple--learn how Karin's clients in engineering, data science, and the social sciences were admitted to elite institutions and companies.Learn more about Dr. Karin Ash.
Former dean of graduate admissions who for 10 years reviewed and signed off on over 4500 admissions decisions per year. Has taught communications and rhetoric since 1991.Learn more about Carol Drummer.
Past Chair of Admissions at the University of Arizona College of Medicine. He has an A.B. degree from Harvard College and a Ph.D. from Caltech. His mission is to get applicants on track to success.Learn more about Dr. Herman Gordon.
With more than eight years of recruitment and admissions experience at London Business School, Jamie is the former Admissions Director for Early Career Programmes at LBS. Originally from the U.S., Jamie is now based in London.Learn more about Jamie Wright.
Professional journalist, former Columbia Business School admissions insider, and experienced MBA admissions consultant.Learn more about Michelle Stockman.
Former Admissions Dean/Director at 3 top business schools with hundreds of admitted clients. Understands exactly what admissions directors are seeking.Learn more about Natalie Grinblatt Epstein.
"What do I love about admissions consulting?
I've always been fascinated by people's life stories. Ever since I was a young child, I have loved reading biographies. And everyone – not just the famous – has a story. Discovering that story, and helping applicants articulate it, is a fascinating process.
Additionally, the editing process is a game to me. I was a writing tutor as an undergrad at UCLA and received excellent training there. I found then, and still find today, that figuring out the best way to express a phrase or tell a story is like solving a puzzle. Almost as good as Sudoku. Finally, I love hearing, ‘Thank you. I’m in!"