Jonathan Sung
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Jonathan Sung

About

My name is Jonathan Sung, and I have over ten years of experience in resume and essay editing for college, graduate, and medical school admissions. My expertise is in the health sciences, including pre-medical/combined programs, allied health professions, and public health. I served as an Applications Consultant from 2018 to 2020, advising seven students with a range of intended majors from pre-medical/combined BS-MD programs and engineering to English and economics. My clients gained admission to schools such as the Brown Program in Liberal Medical Education, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Georgetown, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, University of Illinois Chicago, and University of California Santa Barbara. I earned a Master of Public Health in behavioral sciences and health education with certificates in maternal child and mental health from Emory University in 2014, and an AB in community health from Brown University in 2011. Outside of work, I enjoy exploring restaurants and hiking trai...

Jonathan helped students get into:
Harvard UniversityJohns Hopkins University
Brown UniversityEmory University
Georgetown UniversityUniversity of Illinois at Chicago
University of California, Santa BarbaraRensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Harvard University
Johns Hopkins University
Brown University
Emory University
Georgetown University
University of Illinois at Chicago
University of California, Santa Barbara
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Atlanta, GA
11 years of experience
Brown University – BA | I concentrated in community health with an emphasis on medical anthropology and epidemiology.
Emory University – MPH | I concentrated in behavioral sciences and health education with certificates in maternal child and mental health.
Psychology
Sociology
Anthropology
Education
Health
Statistics
First-Generation College Students
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Volunteering
International Students
Graduate Admissions
Medicine
Next available sessions
According to your time zone (CUT)

My process

My advising philosophy is "consult, counsel, cheerlead," and my mission is to ensure that my clients have the confidence to succeed at whichever school they choose to attend.

Advising hours

College admissions advising

$70.00 / 60 min

Set a focus for each session or get help with any aspect of the admissions process.


Essay review

Full Review

$25.00 + 6 cents per word
Estimated return time: 134 hours
  • Review your profile and the information provided
  • Review your essay draft
  • Offer detailed guidance for refining your essay topic and structure
  • Leave in-document feedback and changes
  • Correct grammar and punctuation (if applicable)
  • Provide a set of clear actionable next steps

Recent reviews

5.0(5 reviews)

“Jonathan is AMAZING!!! I really could not recommend him more. I found him right before my transfer application deadline and he really went above and beyond to make himself available and help me. His edits are specific and he’s really just an incredible writer. I only planned on meeting with him once, but I ended up being so impressed that I booked two additional sessions! "

Morgan L.

“Put comments in details, work on reviewing with responsibility."

YINGSHAN W.

“Thanks a lot to Johnathan for the helpful feedback and edition. I would have never known my weaknesses and what I was missing if Johnathan did not tell me. Again thank you for helping me improve a very important factor on my college application. "

Mi L.
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Let’s chat
Any questions? Let’s hop on a quick call to learn more about your needs in the admissions process and how I can approach them
Atlanta, GA
11 years of experience
Brown University – BA | I concentrated in community health with an emphasis on medical anthropology and epidemiology.
Emory University – MPH | I concentrated in behavioral sciences and health education with certificates in maternal child and mental health.
Psychology
Sociology
Anthropology
Education
Health
Statistics
First-Generation College Students
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Volunteering
International Students
Graduate Admissions
Medicine
Next available sessions
According to your time zone (CUT)
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