If you know where you are going, your journey is short. If you know how to get there, your journey is shorter. If you have someone who has been there to teach you how to get there, your journey is shortest. If that person decides to take you there, you are already there! That is what my admission application to Harvard University with the help of an admission consultant was all about. An admission consultant is nothing less of a mentor and a guide.
Crimson is the color and excellence is the watchword. Harvard is not just the oldest private ivy league research university in the world. It is also a combination of prestige and trove. I was privileged to stay in one of the three campuses at Harvard University. Cambridge campus specifically. The Allston campus has many athletic facilities and it also houses the Harvard Stadium and the Science and Engineering Complex. Longwood Campus houses the School of Public Health.
Do you know that the rate of acceptance of Harvard admission has nosedived geometrically in recent years? During my first trial of seeking admission at Harvard University, I was not sure whether my application would be considered even though my SAT score was excellent. Little did I know that my chance of being considered for admission was slim. The reason was obvious that my personal admission essay was not good enough.
The University of Alberta consistently ranks among the top 5 universities in Canada and top 150 in the world. It has a notable reputation for excellence across the humanities, sciences, creative arts, business, engineering, and health sciences. Along with all of these outstanding attributes, it is also one of the few universities in Canada to offer combined degree programs. This allows students to obtain two bachelor degrees in five years. As someone who wanted to study both Education and Theatre this placed the University of Alberta at the top of my list when choosing post secondary studies