The Ivy Mind guides your children to get into the colleges they deserve and makes the whole college application process painlessly achievable. Your child can learn how to be in top 20 percent with one to one counseling with certified college admissions advisor as prestigious Universities reject 80 percent of applicants. Your child’s consulting plan will include guidance to choose appropriate Honors/AP courses, summer program planning, internships planning, resume planning, appropriate social media presence, admission essay guidance and guidance to join appropriate SAT/ACT preparatory courses so that your child be in the best position to tell her/his story in her/his college application through essays, extracurricular activities, letter of recommendation etc. One to one meetings will be conducted with our founder (a graduate of The College Advising Program at Columbia University) with the use of high quality video conferencing or in-person at our facility in Northern California. Your child’s college admission plan will help her/him reach full potential which can give your child an edge over others.
At Ivy Mind, we plan, monitor and manage all aspects of work in preparation for college applications and do a final application review based on the applicant’s educational goals, all with a deep understanding of the student’s profile. Personal concierge services include timeline planning and time management, development of unique extracurricular interests and hobbies, well-designed intense curricula, rigourous reading lists, creative writing guidance to improve a student’s ability to write with his/her unique voice, intense preparation for standardized testing (PSAT, SAT, Subject SATs, ACT, APs, etc.), counseling for volunteering and community service programs, participation and leadership in activities and student government, guidance for crafting brag sheets or résumés, application strategizing (guidance for early decision, early action, and regular decision based on the student’s goals and college list), summer planning (recommendations for summer programs, including researching, reviewing program applications, and editing supplemental essays, interview preparation (mock interviews with robust feedback), fafsa/financial aid guidance and college visit planning etc.
There are too many private college counseling services but they either lack expertise or entrepreneurial spirit of success. We possess high quality expertise in helping students get admitted to selective colleges that is backed by our spirit of success (for us success is the only measure of true success), so we can help our students achieve their dreams.
We are a college consultant to students from across the United States and around the world, available 7 days a week. We connect with our students through Zoom, Skype, Hangouts, Whatsapp, phone, and email - it’s as though we’re in the same room, going over the student’s extracurricular building strategy or college essays.
The process for admissions to US colleges and universities has become highly competitive and complex and our college admission consulting service will guide your children with a customized plan to utilize full potential to increase chances of acceptances to prestigious universities, because at the end of the day, it is your ultimate goal. Our consulting program is a great help for parents who have a very busy life or are unable to help because they did not attend either high school or college in the US. Our customized consulting plan will be designed as per requirements of your child keeping in mind all US colleges, Stanford, MIT, Ivy League, University of California, NYU and all other premium universities.
The Basic Plan is our most affordable admissions counseling plan.
A student gets 10 one to one counseling sessions (up to 60 minutes each) which can be availed anytime beginning eighth grade and before the end of twelfth grade.
The Plus Plan is our mid-tier admissions counseling plan.
A student gets 20 one to one counseling sessions (up to 60 minutes each) which can be availed anytime beginning eighth grade and before the end of twelfth grade.