Our goal is to make the admissions process to selective colleges more transparent.
New York, NY (PRWEB) September 15, 2010
The Application Project Inc. is excited to announce the launch of WeGotIn.Net, a web-based service for college applicants which will completely transform the process of applying to selective colleges – and getting in. Just in time for the fall application season, WeGotIn.Net answers the call to help level the playing field for admissions to these schools.
WeGotIn.Net offers copies of actual, accepted applications to Ivy League colleges. The applications on WeGotIn.Net contain the entire response to every question - not only the general essay request, but also the often difficult short questions that are asked. They are not edited in any way (other than the removal of clearly identifying information). Each of them was given to the Application Project in the last year directly by the student who submitted it, was accepted and is now a student at the college.
The Application Project’s mission is to allow students to see what the admissions committee is in fact looking for instead of listening to someone else’s opinion, however well informed they may be, of what they think the committee is looking for.
Howard Yaruss, the founder of the Application Project, said, “our goal is to make the admissions process to selective colleges more transparent and provide a valuable resource, particularly to those students who may not have the advantage of a network of friends, family and advisors who were accepted to selective colleges.” He added, “By offering this service for only $19.99 per school – a small fraction of the cost of literally any other service aimed at improving the odds of being accepted by a selective college - we hope to help level the playing field for ambitious college applicants.”