Hi Katie, Absolutely I will share this and pass it on to a few graduates I know who may be interested. I am a huge fan of SLT, and everyone that I have come into contact with there has been lovely (particularly Emma and Rosamund who have helped secure me various tutoring jobs).
I have been working with your agency for some time now and I very much enjoy it; I always find your clients to be wonderful, friendly and a joy to work with. It's a pleasure working with Emma and Sophie also! I wanted to pass on my sincere thanks.
We gave advice to an academically high-flying US student who wanted to read Neuroscience at a London University. With our guidance, the student changed her personal statement significantly, so that it contained information that was relevant to admissions officers. We suggested that much of her ‘community engagement’ work be sacrificed for a more academically rigid overview of her accomplishments. We then helped liaise with UK universities on her behalf. She received an offer to read Neuroscience at Bristol university.
Madison wanted to study Celtic Studies at a UK or Irish University. Although incredibly motivated her grades were not strong enough to make a strong application. We designed a strategy of focused retakes and academic support from her US tutors. We then worked with her to redraft her application into a form that would carry more weight with UK university applications teams. During the school holidays, we organised visits to several UK and Irish universities and helped Madison prepare for interviews. Madison is now in her second year of Celtic Studies at a leading UK University.Hi Nathaniel,Great news! I was able to score a 5 on my AP US History exam and meet all of my conditions for Aberdeen, so I'm really excited to start school there in September.
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