Brand College Consulting provides graduate school admissions consulting to students seeking admission to graduate programs. Whether it’s through Skype, Zoom, phone, or email, we are able to work with students from across the United States and around the world.
- Master’s degrees
- Medical school
- Law School
- Ph.D. or Ed.D. programs
We will help make your grad school application process easier and increase your likelihood of admission to graduate schools. We work directly with students to define your narrative and formulate your personal statements and essays to present your application in the best light.
Graduate School Application Assistance
Some common areas we assist with include:
- Grad School research and selection
- Creation of a list of suggested colleges
- Spreadsheet of colleges with ranking, graduation rate, and costs
- Statement of Purpose
- Application review
- Resumé redrafting to highlight achievements
- Interview prep
A strong GPA and GRE are not enough anymore.
The graduate school admissions process is more competitive than ever. Every year, top graduate schools receive thousands of applications to fill classes with only a few hundred seats. Applicants need to take action to differentiate their application!
We provide focused support on how to best market your college academics, goals, extracurricular activities and talents to gain admittance to graduate school. We offer free 30-minute consultations to answer any questions you might have about our services and review your profile and needs in the grad school admissions process. Click here to schedule a free consultation.
Hourly consultations are $250 per hour, pre-paid in blocks of four hours at a time ($1,000). This option allows you to work on whatever piece of the application process you or your student desires. If you have more questions, feel free to Contact Us to schedule a time to discuss.
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Here is an article that you might find interesting. It’s a collaboration by more than 30 university deans, professors, and program directors who gave their best advice on preparing for graduate school. How to Prepare for Grad School: 32 Tips for Undergrad Students