Having studied at five very different universities in three different countries (i.e., Oxford, LSE, William and Mary, in France, and ECC), I can offer unique insight into the college planning process. What is the hidden weaknesses of applying to a community college with the intent to transfer? (it’s not what you think.) What are the advantages and disadvantages of the British system? Or of attending college in France? What college’s professors present the best original research at academic conferences? What can you do now to strengthen your application? When I originally applied to colleges, I had no clue what to look for. Now I know and can share the knowledge I have learned with you.
I scored well within the top 4% on the GMAT total category, corresponding to a score of 730. (According to ETS, my GRE score is comparable to a GMAT score of 770). In addition, I have written practice standardized tests for a professional test-prep company and have learned many GMAT tips and tricks.
For the GRE, I have scored in the top 2% quant and top 5% verbal. In addition, I have written practice standardized tests for a professional test-prep company and have also learned many tips and tricks. Being familiar with test takers’ and test writers’ perspective and with GRE tips and tricks, I can help you understand GRE tests, answer test questions correctly, and speed accurately through the test.