Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
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University of Rochester
I had a great experience. My advisor was extremely helpful in helping me decide between colleges, what major would best suit my interests and profile, and editing all of my supplements. She was always there to answer any questions I had and gave extremely helpful feedback on my work.
University of Michigan
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Maria Clara Lisboa
My advisor, Marissa, was amazing and essential to my college application process! I’m extremely grateful to her.
“Oh—money.”That was what CollegeAdvisor.com Scholar Azeeza was most worried about when starting the college application process. Now, she has matriculated to the University of Pennsylvania, where she has received a full, four-year scholarship.
“I had just woken up, I looked on my phone, and there was nothing. One minute later, an email popped up and I yelled for my dad. I saw the confetti, and I started crying. It was just a really happy moment.”ped up and I yelled for my dad. I saw the confetti, and I started crying. It was just a really happy moment.”
Amara always dreamed of attending a top university, but no one in her family had ever attended a four year university. CollegeAdvisor.com helped guide Amara through the college application process, and she will be attending Northeastern in the fall as a Ujima Global Leader.
Yonas says that CollegeAdvisor.com and his advisors helped him realize the power of telling your story – “In my personal statement, I told the admissions officers who I am and they saw the determination I have to achieve my goals. They saw the obstacles I’ve faced and how I’ve overcome those challenges.
From a young age, CollegeAdvisor Scholar Youssef has been fascinated by the stars. Now, he’s headed to Northwestern on a four-year scholarship through Questbridge to study mechanical engineering and astrophysics.
With CollegeAdvisor.com’s expert advising, Zoe received acceptances to MIT, Princeton, UPenn, Brown, UCLA, USC, UC Berkeley, Johns Hopkins, UMich, and the list goes on. She also received over $1 million in merit aid.
As a kid, CollegeAdvisor.com Scholar Olvin never thought he would go to college. Now, he’s one of more than ten CollegeAdvisor.com Scholars to be awarded a Questbridge match to the school of his dreams.