The college admissions process has become increasingly selective in the last decade, primarily because there are more students applying for the same amount of spaces. In many public high schools, the student-to-counselor ratio can exceed 500:1 and some private schools may not have the capacity to provide specialized guidance that certain students may need. Having interviewed for the Harvard Schools Committee for the last seven years and written detailed reports on behalf of applicants, Shaloha understands the nuances of the college application process, what colleges are looking for, and how students can best position themselves to gain admission to their top-choice schools.
Savvy Prep helps students explore their interests inside and outside of the classroom and advises students on how to present the best version of themselves, conveying their full academic, intellectual, extra-curricular, personal, and professional potential.
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No. Savvy Prep is an independent consultant and not affiliated with any university.
For those students solely seeking personal statement and essay guidance, we offer Essay Only Support. For those students looking for comprehensive application strategy advising over a longer time period, we offer extensive application support for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors. To learn more about our services, please click here.
Yes. The college admissions process can be complicated and tedious, particularly to those who are not familiar with the American education system. Savvy Prep will help international students navigate the selective U.S. admissions process and maximize their potential, ultimately working with them to craft compelling application packages that best showcase their individual stories in the context of specific universities. Please contact us for more information.