Many students in their personal statements fail to persuasively articulate their strengths; as a result, these students miss a critical opportunity to convince schools why they should be accepted.
Newark, NJ (PRWEB) July 21, 2010
At a time when admission to college, law school, and graduate school has become increasingly competitive, SimuGator LSAT Prep is proud to announce the debut of its new admissions editing and counseling division: Gradvocates Admissions Editing and Counseling.
For a borderline applicant, a well-written application can tip the scales in favor of admission. For stronger applicants, a perfect essay can be the difference between scholarships and admission into honors programs.
As co-founder Patrick Rogers noted, “The art of selling yourself is not easily mastered. Many students in their personal statements fail to persuasively articulate their strengths; as a result, these students miss a critical opportunity to convince schools why they should be granted acceptance.”
Whether an applicant is seeking assistance with personal statements, admission essays, resumes, diversity statements, or letters of continued interest, Rogers guarantees that Gradvocates “will help craft the most persuasive message that will best communicate why an applicant should be accepted.”
The Gradvocates editing process is unique because it involves a tiered reviewing system. The applicant is assigned a dedicated editor who will critique the applicant’s document by fixing errors and providing objective analysis on how to best improve the substance of the document. These edits and suggestions are then reviewed by two other senior editors who ensure that the document has reached its full potential.
Visit Gradvocates.com for more information about Gradvocates editing services. The Gradvocates website also offers numerous free resources including a collection of sample personal statements and articles about effective writing, brainstorming, and the admissions process.