Students in Class 11-12&Students opting for gap year
The admissions process for undergraduate education can be complex and varies from country to country. The Red Pen provides end-to-end services for applicants – we help you develop an undergraduate admissions strategy, select destination(s) and programs, understand institutional requirements, costs, financial aid and conditions of offer and assist you with the preparation of application components and interviews.
We also provide standalone services for applicants who want help with specific aspects of their undergraduate applications.
See the colleges where our students have enrolled at over the years.
For families interested in applications to US universities: The company co-founders, Kavita Mehta and Dr. Kimberly Wright Dixit have written a book, Acing Admissions, a comprehensive guide on the US college admissions process with easy-to-understand information, anecdotes and templates that are helpful for Indian applicants.
Admissions strategy & application process
We help you understand the university culture and guide you through the
preparation of application components, submission and follow up.
- Academic profile review
- Resume review & editing
- Educational goals focus and identification
- Essay brainstorming, review & editing
- College selection
- Teacher and counsellor recommendation strategy
- Diagnostic testing for ACT and SAT
- Application form review
- Financial aid advice
- Interview preparation/Oxbridge interview training
- Summer school programs
- Sports recruitment support
- College visit suggestions
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