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At WCP, we are dedicated to helping students write application essays and personal statements that make powerful impressions on admissions directors.


The college admission essay and common app prompts give you an opportunity to reveal the real person behind the GPA, SAT, and ACT scores. Instead, both give you a chance to write about your aspirations, your creativity and your passion for learning, and your individuality.


Our goal is to help you write application essays, common app responses, and short answers that:

  • Distinguish you from all other applicants
  • Represent you as an ideal candidate for the schools to which you are applying


That's why we don't use a one-size-fits-all approach. Rather, our flexible strategies are tailored to the unique needs of each individual student.


We use our experience as professional writers and admissions interviewers to help you:

  • Identify your unique strengths and interests
  • Develop a compelling storyline
  • Synthesize, not summarize, the information you want to communicate
  • Tailor your narrative to appeal to the mission of each school to which you are applying
  • Revise with a special emphasis placed on impact, formal organization, effective use of details, and clarity and correctness at the sentence level


How WCP differs from other college prep services:

  • We don't use a one-size-fits-all approach
  • As professional writers, we show you all the tricks of the trade to make sure your essay is the essay that stands out. 


Some of the schools to which WCP's clients have been accepted:

Cambridge University, Carnegie Mellon University, Clark University, Dartmouth College, Elon University, Emory University, Goddard College, Marlboro University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Montclair State University, Princeton University, The Johns Hopkins University, University of Pennsylvania, University of Miami, Rutgers University-New Brunswick, Smith College, Trinity College Dublin, University College Cork, University of Vermont, Vassar College, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest University, Whitman College, Williams College, Yale University