Every day we run simple and entertaining contests that can earn you hundreds of dollars in cash and free 1-on-1 admissions support. Our contests will also give you tips and secrets for getting accepted to your top-choice colleges (because our contests are often instructive, without being boring).
It's easy: simply create your account and you'll see where you can enter our contests. If you win, you'll get scholarship money, expert feedback on your college essays, or even a 1-on-1 Skype session or phone call with an admissions specialist who can give you personalized insight on how to get accepted. Free stuff, fun, and the competitive edge — not a bad combo!
If you have any questions, please feel free to email us.
We have always been clear about our goal:
Make the college essay process simple, stress-free, and successful.
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Accepted to the University of Pennsylvania