Stanford University

BA | Comparative Literature

Rachel worked as a writing tutor for three years during her time at Stanford University and eventually became the student head of Stanford’s Hume Center for Writing and Speaking. With her writing expertise, she has helped countless students determine a successful college admissions strategy that gained them entry into the top universities in the United States. Rachel excels at enabling students to communicate their personal narratives in a compelling manner within the guidelines of a college application. Furthermore, she has worked with many students for whom English is their second language and she appreciates the extra difficulties these students face in communicating effectively in a college application.

The students who she worked with have either graduated with the below majors or are currently declared in these subjects:
Stanford, Biology, admitted 2010
Berkeley, Chemical Engineering, admitted 2010
Harvard, Chemistry, admitted 2011
Boston University, Political Science, admitted 2012
Carleton College, Economics, admitted 2013
Yale, Psychology, admitted 2013
Princeton, English, admitted 2013

t****o @ 2015-09-23 17:05

The suggestion is appropriate and really helps me to revise my personal statement. I want to say thank you.

z****c @ 2015-09-13 09:25

Thanks for your hardworking! It's very helpful!

W****n @ 2015-10-02 22:00

Excellent !!!! So professional and so sweet !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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