Reviews & Success Stories


Over the last 20 years, EssayEdge has helped thousands of students get accepted to their dream schools. Here are just a few of their stories:


“EssayEdge strengthened my essay. My admission’s officer actually talked about my essay in the acceptance letter.”

—Admitted to Stanford University


“I truly believe that one of the major contributing factors to my good fortune in being accepted into almost every college I applied to was the essay. With this regard EssayEdge gave me an advantage over other students.”

—Admitted to University of California, San Diego


“EssayEdge brought out the best features of my essay – articulation, idea formation, and overall sense of interest. My editor – great guy- also explained to me why the dull parts of my essay weren’t working. In this way, I learned from my mistakes.”

—Admitted to Columbia University


“As an international student, my editor helped me significantly with the clarity and proper use of the English language, as well as with the particular characteristics that are more relevant to U.S. universities.”

—Admitted to UCLA


“EssayEdge helped edit my essays while maintaining my voice. Response time was great and I felt more confident turning in my essays. I am very sure it improved my chances especially in a highly competitive school like Georgetown.”

—Admitted to Georgetown University


“EssayEdge helped me get into vet school!! I did not get in the first time applied when I did not use EssayEdge, but the second time it worked!”

—Admitted to University of Pennsylvania


“The editors focused on … what makes ME a stronger and unique applicant. They also helped me bridge the “cultural gaps” of applying to the US school system as I am an international student.”

—Admitted to Stanford University


“[My editor] really gave me the advice I needed to fine tune the details of my essay. He gave me invaluable criticism and suggestions that led me to turn my good essay into a great one. I also needed help with keeping my word count within a prescribed amount. I felt the service guided me to express myself more accurately and concisely.”

—Admitted to Parsons, the New School of Design