At A+ we know that in this new landscape of test-optional college admissions, your student’s college essay(s) can be a critical part of the college application process. We provide world-class editing services for your student in two different packages, as well as the option to purchase extra time a la carte, based on the needs of your student.
Essay Package 1
Total Hours: 3 Hours of consultation and editing services.
Essay Package 2
We will guide your student through the process of brainstorming, crafting, and revising his or her college essay. First we will provide your student with materials and instructions for generating the first drafts of either two essays, or one essay and the short answers to college application questions. One of our college essay specialists will then work with your student through three drafts of his or her essays, or three drafts of a single essay and two drafts of short answers for the college application. Our essay specialist will help your student carefully craft the work to produce a stellar college application.
Total Hours: 5 Hours of consultation and editing services.
Upon registration for either package, your student will be asked to complete a first draft of the college application essay(s) as well as supplemental materials prior to his or her first session with our tutor.
For more information about our essay editing process or services, contact us today!
“We loved Brian and we are thrilled with Regal’s 100 point score increase on the SAT! Brian gave Regal a lot of genuine care and everything was very well done at A+.”
Theresa Noye, Parent of Regal Noye, Radnor High School
Regal’s SAT score increased by 100 points
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Rachel Reale, Abington Senior High School
4 Point Increase on the ACT
“He applied the skills and information he learned in tutoring sessions. Repeatedly taking the proctored tests helped him get his timing down, which was critical. I really think he benefitted from the long and slow approach because he was able to commit the time to practicing his skills while juggling his rigorous course load in school.”
Stephanie Moros, parent
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Cole Moros, Hatboro-Horsham High School
190 Point Increase on the SAT