What Should I Send?
We recommend sending your first-choice school’s application. It should include essays and test scores. We would also like to see your 9-11 grades.
Students can, however, just send a part of the application, such as the essays.
How Should I Send My Application?
- UPLOAD: You can upload a PDF of your application (it should include test scores and essays) and your grades to AdmissionsCheckup. To begin, click on the blue START HERE button.
- EMAIL: As of Aug 1, 2017 send your Common Application to firstname.lastname@example.org using the Recommenders and FERPA tab. Send your transcript in a separate email and pay using this link.
How Do I Save The Common Application As A PDF?
How Do I Use AdmissionsCheckup?
I’m In A Rush! Can You Expedite My Application?
Yes. There is a $200 fee to expedite. Please check the box at the bottom of the submission form for a 24- to 36-hour turnaround.
Can I Still Make Changes To The Common Application And My Essays After Clicking The “Finish” And “Submit” Button?
Yes, because you are only previewing/printing and or saving the application you are not actually submitting. The submission process has roughly seven steps AFTER you click the red and white submit button including inputting a credit card number.
How Much Will It Cost?
For $595 three former admissions officers from your first-choice (or overlap school) will read, evaluate and offer feedback on your application.
Do You Offer A Guarantee?
We do not guarantee admission to college. We do guarantee that AdmissionsCheckup will offer feedback you can use. If we cannot offer any edits, changes or suggestions to your student’s application, please contact us within 24 hours of feedback receipt to receive a full refund.
Have Any of Your Admissions Officers Worked With International Students?
Is My Information Secure?
Yes. Anyone who sees your application is bound legally to keep your information confidential. Because the admissions officers do not need your social security number or any other specific identifying information to evaluate your application, feel free to take all specific identifiers out before you upload the application.
Will The Colleges Be Aware That I Worked With You?
Can I Choose The Admissions Officer Who Will Read My File?
We will match you with admissions officers who have worked at your first-choice (or similar) college.
How Many Admissions Officers Will Look At My Application?
Every time you submit an application, three admissions officers will review it.
Do You Guarantee I Get Admitted?
What If I Do Not Agree With The Feedback?
It is your application and you are the boss. Following AdmissionsCheckup’s feedback is NOT required.
What If The Feedback Between Admissions Officers Conflicts?
Believe it or not, that rarely happens. Ultimately, it is your application and you are the boss. Follow the AdmissionsCheckup feedback with which you agree.
Can I Talk To One of The Admissions Officers?
The admissions officers also value their anonymity. We do not offer this service.
Do You Have Admissions Officers Who Have Worked in Graduate School Admissions?
Yes, please contact us for specifics.
Why Weren’t You There When I Applied?
We get that question a lot!
Is This Confidential? Who Will See My Application and Transcript?
We take confidentiality very, very seriously. Anyone who sees your application is bound legally to keep your information confidential. Because the admissions officers do not need your social security number or any other specific identifying information to evaluate your application, feel free to take all specific identifiers out before you upload the application.
Should I Superscore?
Only if you know that the colleges to which you are applying superscore.
I Have Admissions Experience. Can I Send You A Resume?
Yes, please send your resume to info@AdmissionsCheckup.com.