About the Mentorship

Who is my mentor and do I keep them for the entirety of my program?


After you apply for admission to be one of our students and have your first free 30-minute consultation call, we will match you with the mentor who best suits your needs. Regardless of how long your mentorship program is, your mentor will not change over the entire duration program. This guarantees that the students feel cared for and that the mentor will be able to provide the best individually-tailored prep material, tracking the student's evolution throughout the whole program.




What if I don't like my mentor?


If you don't like your mentor, we will match you with another one and you'll receive another free 30-minute consultation call.




Who are the mentors in the program?


We have multiple mentors who are specialized in mentoring and guiding both high school students into their undergraduate program of choice, and college students into their graduate dream school. All mentors: - Have an undergraduate degree, and - Have been accepted into, at least, one Ivy League school (either on their undergraduate or graduate personal applications), or - More than 20 previously mentored students who got their acceptances into Caltech, University of Pennsylvania, Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, Yale, Cornell, Dartmouth, Brown, Stanford, and Berkeley Universities, and - 2 or more years of mentoring experience.




Can I get my money back if I paid for the program and regretted it?


Yes. You can always get your money back for the individual program sessions that were paid in advance if you cancel your contract with us. Refunds are available for group programs as long as the student cancels before the specified deadline.




Do you guarantee acceptance?


No. There is no way any mentorship program can guarantee acceptance into a student's dream school. We guarantee that we will MAXIMIZE a student's chances of getting accepted by tailoring their profile and application requirements into their dream school's profile. However, each university has their own admissions committee and university acceptance is entirely up to them.




Do you provide SAT/ACT/TOEFL/GRE prep?


We provide self-study strategies and materials for all the tests. The student is responsible for purchasing extra material through a preferred vendor, if necessary.




Do you help with the examinations questions?


For math questions, yes. Our mentors are all STEM graduates, so, if necessary and requested, it is possible for the student to share with their mentor math questions they don't know how to solve, and our mentors will reserve time on the next session to go over these problems with the students.




What do I get after I paid for the program?


Your mentor will be in contact with you before you get your free 30-minute consultation session. That way, all the details on the program you chose will be specified over e-mail by your mentor.




How are the sessions structured?


All sessions are online, through Zoom. Please, make sure to have it installed on your computer or mobile device before the session starts. The content of each session follows our exclusive strategy and varies by student, since the sessions will be tailored specifically for each student's needs. If a student needs more help with a specific application topic, expect to have more in-depth calls on that topic. Our specializations include: - Extracurriculars: Introduction and analysis of relevant extracurricular activities that fit the student's profile, action plan development, and execution counseling - Examinations: Grade goals, self-study strategies for the TOEFL, ACT, SAT Subjects, GRE, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry Olympiads advising, grade evolution tracking - Essays: Introduction to the Ivy League schools ideal essays approach, evaluation of individual universities' essay profile, advising and feedback on student's essays - Interviews: Most Ivy League schools, Stanford, and MIT require both undergraduate and graduate admission interviews, so our team of mentors provide training and guidance - Application Management: Walk-through all application platforms and their differences and clarification on necessary documents and how to fill it out correctly - Recommendation Letters: Introduction to the ideal Ivy League recommendation letter approach, how to develop strategic relationships, and make sure letters are good - University Selection: Different universities have different profiles of preferred candidates, so we make sure to select the right schools for a diversified application - STEM Career Perspectives: We make sure the student knows about the different career paths available to STEM majors by providing a team of successful STEM mentors




How are payments made?


You pay for everything online and receive your payment receipt through e-mail. Specific instructions are provided once a student is accepted into the program and signs a contract with us.




Are you specialized in high school students or college students?


We have mentors who are specialized in both kinds of students. If you're a college student planning to get into a competitive STEM graduate program, you'll be matched with a mentor specialized in that. If you're a high school student planning to get into a competitive STEM undergraduate program, you'll be matched with a mentor specialized in that.




Can I hire you if I want to apply for other schools that aren't Ivy League?


Yes. Because we provide you with the best prep mentorship program available in the United States, you'll be maximizing your acceptance chances into other top schools that aren't only Ivy League. We also have acceptances in schools like UCLA, Duke, Northwestern, Georgia Tech, USC, Michigan, and Purdue.




Are your students' identities kept private?


Yes. We do not share any student's identity.




Do I need a mentorship program to get into my dream college?


No. Every student with in-depth application knowledge and the profile of their dream college can apply and be successful. However, getting into the top undergraduate and graduate programs in the United States is extremely competitive and students with no prior application experience can increase their probability of getting accepted significantly by having guidance from a specialized mentor who has been through the process and has helped numerous other students get through the process.





About Undergraduate Prep

Do I need to have a mentorship program to get into my dream college?


No. Every student with in-depth application knowledge and the profile of their dream college can apply and be successful. However, getting into the top undergraduate and graduate programs in the United States is extremely competitive and students with no prior application experience can increase their probability of getting accepted significantly by having guidance from a specialized mentor who has been through the process and has helped numerous other students get through the process.




How do I get into an Ivy League school, MIT, Caltech, Stanford, and/or Berkeley University?


The application process is a combination of multiple factors: extracurricular activities, grades, recommendation letters, essays, and, for most competitive universities, interviews. Consequently, a student must have a strong background in all these in order to have high chances of getting into the top universities.




How do I know if I have chances of getting into an Ivy League school, MIT, Caltech, Stanford, and/or Berkeley University?


In general, everyone has chances of getting into these schools. However, the earlier you decide you want to pursue an undergraduate or graduate degree in one of these schools, the higher the chances you'll have of getting accepted. This happens because the earlier a student gets in contact with the application process, requirements, and strategies, the better the planning and the more time will be available to develop the skills and extracurriculars necessary.




I'm a senior high school student. Is it too late for a prep mentorship program help me get into an Ivy League school, MIT, Caltech, Stanford, and/or Berkeley University?


No. Every student has chances of getting into an Ivy League school, or other competitive top university. If you're late into getting a mentorship program though, the best strategy to maximize your probability of being accepted is to make sure your essays are well planned and well written (most times, getting specialized feedback can make a huge difference and significantly improve your chances), your extracurriculars are properly described, your examination grades are the highest you can reach, and your interviewing skills are ready for the admission officers expectations.




How much does it cost to attend an Ivy League school, MIT, Caltech, Stanford, and/or Berkeley University?


All these universities have high tuition and fees plus living expenses costs. However, some Ivy League schools, such as Harvard and Columbia, offer need-blind admission, with the possibility to cover up to 100% of a student's expenses, based on their financial need. Other scholarship and funding options are available, should your need not be met once you're accepted. Your mentor can provide you with the information necessary, should it be a matter of concern to you.




What extracurriculars should I have to get into a top university's STEM program?


There is no set answer for this question. If you want to get into the most competitive STEM programs in the country, your extracurriculars will have to be relevant, but they can be varied. The best advice is for students to do what they're passionate about.





About Graduate Prep

I'm a senior college student. Is it too late for a prep mentorship program help me get into an Ivy League school, MIT, Caltech, Stanford, and/or Berkeley University?


No. Every student has chances of getting into an Ivy League school, or other competitive top university. If you're late into getting a mentorship program though, the best strategy to maximize your probability of being accepted is to make sure your personal statement is well planned and well written (most times, getting specialized feedback can make a huge difference and significantly improve your chances), your extracurriculars are properly described, you have a proper CV, your examination grades are the highest you can reach, and your interviewing skills are ready for the admission officers expectations.




I didn't go to a top school for my undergraduate degree. Can I still get into an Ivy League school, MIT, Caltech, Stanford, and/or Berkeley University?


Yes! We have mentors who did not go to any of these school over their undergraduate studies, but got accepted into one for their graduate degrees. If that's your case, make sure you have an enriching undergraduate journey, with relevant extracurriculars, and research experience. Reach your GRE goal grades, write a good CV and make sure to have a strong personal statement and recommendation letters.




What GRE grade do I need in order to get into an Ivy League school, MIT, Caltech, Stanford, and/or Berkeley University?


There is no specific answer to this question, although most students who get accepted into the top STEM graduate programs in the United States reach 165 or more on the quantitative section and 155 or more on the verbal section.




Who should my recommenders be?


It's extremely important that your recommenders are all directly related to the field of study you're applying for in graduate school.