How to Stand Out with your College Essays

Recorded Wednesday, June 22, 2022 at 09:30 PM

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Building a balanced school list you’ll love
Increasing your acceptance chances at top schools
Writing amazing college essays
Managing all requirements and deadlines
Maximizing financial aid
So much more!

The admissions process is hard - Reuben is here to help!

Schedule a free consulation to meet Reuben and get your questions answered

Get help with:

Building a balanced school list you’ll love
Increasing your acceptance chances at top schools
Writing amazing college essays
Managing all requirements and deadlines
Maximizing financial aid
So much more!

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Learn about the entire admissions process from a top expert

Get help with:

Building a balanced school list you’ll love
Increasing your acceptance chances at top schools
Writing amazing college essays
Managing all requirements and deadlines
Maximizing financial aid
So much more!

About this livestream

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Admissions officers have to read thousands of applications each cycle. While grades, test scores, and even extracurriculars can be similar across candidates, no two essays will be the same. By writing well-thought-out responses to the admission essay prompts, you can set yourself apart from other candidates.

Join Reuben Stern to learn more about how you can write stellar essays that are both good quality and memorable. With these tips and tricks, you'll be able to craft responses that stand out to admissions officers and boost your application further in the admissions process.

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Reuben Stern

Bio
Hi, I'm Reuben! I graduated cum laude with a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Harvard University, and then received my master's of music in orchestral conducting at the Johns Hopkins University Peabody Conservatory. For years, I have played bassoon in many orchestras, including the National Youth Orchestra of the USA and the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra. I was music director of the Harvard Bach Society Orchestra and have conducted the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. I have done research in math that has resulted in a paper submitted for publication. I am also a beginning powerlifter, origami artist, and photographer! Through my varied interests, I have come to understand how all facets of your personality make you into an interesting, valuable, and wonderful person, and I am here to help those qualities shine through in your applications. I look forward to working together and helping you reach—and surpass—your goals!
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