WHO ARE YOU, REALLY?
That's what colleges want to know. Take the time to find out. The answer belongs to you. We help you see it and say it, clearly and powerfully.
One-on-one Essay Intensive college essay help is shaped around your desire for growth as an applicant, writer and reinvigorated, less-stressed human. Each personalized Essay Intensive guidance session looks different, ranging as widely and as creatively as your needs.
Our intensives are a real response to this problem: Your college essay writing process should not be stressful, dull, or isolating. Writing with us, you’ll achieve the triple threat of teenage life: be with friends, feel more alive, and gain some skills you can actually use again and again and again.
If you are being genuine you will automatically stand out because there is only one of you in the pool. We are looking for what makes you special and if you write an authentic and thoughtful essay about yourself, we will uncover just that.
-- Brown University, Prospects & Providence
It’s OK to want the product…just don’t lose the LASTING value of your process! You don’t seek essay help generally if you don’t want a great product. That’s a given: the best you can get, with guidance. AND YOU SHOULD HAVE IT. But! You also are coming for the quality of the process. To be you, […] Read More
“I read the Common App Essay Prompts, what do I do now?!” If the suggestion, “Just write an essay you love!” is too vague for you, here’s help breaking down the Common App Prompts 2018. Some people prefer to let the essay prompts be jumping off points. That’s fine too. Trust your mind. But if […] Read More
The Facts, Baby! Essay Intensive will be Doing Maternity for much of the summer– we ‘re having a(nother) baby! Sometimes we’re metaphorical…but this is literal. We are literally having a baby, sometime around Independence Day (because we appreciate irony). What does the Baby have to do with me? What does this mean for you? It […] Read More
My time with Sara was amazing and and beneficial to my writing skills. She challenged me to add more juice and style to my writing. Each detail I put in my personal statement I was asked questions about. It was as if she was guiding me in peeling an onion to its center. Each evening she would sit with me listening as I expressed my thoughts to her. She became my pencil that helped converts my thoughts into words on paper. Each email sent was words of encouragement and cheer that uplifted my spirit. This motivated me to continue writing every time I got writer’s block. I found a reason to be happy about my writing instead of being ashamed of it. I appreciate the time and dedication Sara spent working on my essay with me because it helped me get admission to the schools I was interested in attending. I was able to find my voice, use my words, and tell my story because of Sara’s assistance.
--Joel, Cornel University, Class of 2019
When I started the college process the one thing that I was really sure of was that I never wanted to try to fit who I was into who I thought colleges wanted me to be. When it came to my personal statement, I was adamant about not forcing the events that have shaped my high school experience to seem presentable and neat. Because they had not been and I felt like I owed everyone involved with the college process as close to a true representation of myself as I could manage. Sara not only aided my and guided me through this process, but she encouraged my writing to be raw and lyrical in the ways I thought it should be. Writing with Sara not only helped with my college process, but also with my writing and thinking processes.
--Antonia, Scripps College, Class of 2021
Sara was a true delight to work with! She guided us and our daughter in the essay preparation process, and helped us manage deadlines, always allowing our daughter to be in full command. Sara brought out the best in our daughter's essays, while fully respecting her voice and her style. Thank you Sara! You are very talented! We are always happy and delighted to serve as a reference.
--Grateful Family in Scarsdale, NY, Parents of T, Class of 2019