Find a Mentor That Trudged a Path Just Like Yours
Providing quality, free college application mentorship by university students who understand and empathize with the current competitive application process.
What Makes Us Different
We are a team of university students who recently applied and are now attending top universities globally. So we truly understand the current requirements and challenges of the competitive application process.
Everyone's college application story is different; we understand that. Our mentors come from many countries and backgrounds, so they're able to sympathize with your unique experiences.
Most college counseling platforms and tutors start from USD 100/hour! Ours is FREE! Our mentors volunteer their time as they wish to have received the same help.
Meet Our Mentors
Find a student attending your dream university (aka future you)!
Here is a selection of our 50+ mentors who were accepted into universities from all the Ivy League and Russell Group schools.
6-2, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science @ MIT
Acceptances: MIT, Stanford, Columbia Engineering (Egleston Scholar), UPenn M&T, Brown, UC Berkeley, Georgia Tech, Vanderbilt (Cornelius Vanderbilt Scholar), Duke, CMU, Johns Hopkins, UC San Diego, Olin College of Engineering, Bocconi University, Imperial College London, University of Edinburgh
Hi! My name is Hara and I am a first-year at MIT from Athens, Greece! I am studying Electrical Engineering and Computer Science with a minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation and a concentration in Education! At MIT, I am involved with the MIT Entrepreneurship Club, UA Sustainability, the International Students Association, Alpha Phi and the D-Lab through a UROP! I am very interested in algorithms and renewable energies. In high school, I was involved with entrepreneurship, debate, engineering fairs, and informatics olympiads. I am really excited to be involved with this project and meet everyone.
Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Certificate in Data Fluency @ Brown
Acceptances: Brown Uni., Cornell Uni.,
UC Berkeley, Boston Uni., UC Davis, UC Irvine,
UC Santa Barbara, UC Riverside, San Jose State,
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
Hi, my name is Sidney and I'm a pre-med student at Brown University intending to concentrate in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology and obtain a certificate in Data Fluency. I'm currently taking Organic Chemistry, Cell & Molecular Biology, Physics, and an intro CS course. I really like working out and partaking in outdoor activities, such as camping, surfing, hiking, and snowboarding. I'm currently part of the Brown club swim team, National Alzheimer's Buddies Club, Kidney Disease Screening Awareness Program, and Connect for Health. In high school, I was Captain of the Varsity Girls' Swimming Team and a speech captain in Speech & Debate. A fun fact about me is that I really like Taylor Swift!
6-3 & 20, Computer Science & Engineering and Biological Engineering @ MIT
Acceptances: MIT, Caltech, Berkeley, UPenn, Johns Hopkins, Duke, UCLA, Georgia Tech, UIUC, UT Austin, University of Washington, Emory, BU, U of Toronto
Hi! My name is Aarushi, and I'm currently planning on double majoring in Computer Science and Bioengineering at MIT. A fun fact about me is that I ran a Half Ironman in high school :)
History of Art and Architecture @ Harvard
Acceptances: Harvard University, Oregon State University, University of Oregon
I'm a first-year at Harvard from southern Oregon, concentrating in the History of Art and Architecture. I'm a staff writer for The Harvard Crimson arts board, and I'm a first-year events representative for the Harvard Undergraduate Art History Society. Outside of Harvard, I'm a massive Joni Mitchell fan and love to collect and play vinyl records (and will talk your ear off about the intersection of Joni Mitchell and art history if provoked).
6-3 & 17, Computer Science & Engineering and Political Science @ MIT
Acceptances: MIT, Columbia, UPenn, UCLA,
UCB, UMich (EA), UNC (EA), USC, UIUC, UCSD, UCSB
This is Carl, MIT '26. I did robotics, CS research, debate, mock trial, social media and a bunch of other stuff in high school. I now do mostly CS research and effective altruism / AI alignment stuff in college.
Law @ LSE
Acceptances: LSE, King's, SOAS, University of New South Wales
Hi, I'm Jagna, a first-year LLB Law student at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). I applied to various UK and Australian universities after completing my A-levels in Polish, English Literature, Mathematics and History. As the UK application is more resume and experience-based, before applying, I had completed legal internships at Dentons Warsaw and UNICEF Poland and a couple of introductory law courses, including Law and Philosophy at Harvard University Collage Programme. Additionally to my A-levels, I studied Korean and German and played tennis.
My current interests are English contracts law, the growing Korean music industry, and the associated intellectual property law. I am an aspiring corporate lawyer, and I am currently working on securing internships at top Magic Circle law firms in London. A fun fact about me is that I have an unhealthy relationship with LinkedIn - feel free to connect with me:)
Computer Science @ Princeton
Acceptances: Princeton University (Early Action)
Hi! I'm Julia and I'm from Boston, MA. I am a freshman at Princeton University, majoring in Computer Science. I also have a strong interest in math, graphic design, and business. In my free time I like to fence, play piano, crochet, and read.
Business Economics, Political Science, French and Francophone Studies @ Brown
Acceptances: Brown (Early Decision), UH Manoa, SDSU
Hello! My name is Tom and I am a student at Brown University concentrating in Business Economics, Political Science, and French and Francophone Studies on a pre-law track. I'm from the San Francisco Bay Area in California, but grew up living in both the US and China. In high school, I was involved in wind ensemble (I play bassoon and baritone saxophone!) and marching band (I marched mellophone and served as brass captain). I was also heavily involved in my school's We The People program, speech and debate, and Model UN. At Brown, I'm currently involved with the Brown Daily Herald as a designer, copy-editor, and a member of the Editorial Page Board. I also served as a campaign intern for US House Representative Seth Magaziner, who serves Rhode Island's 2nd Congressional District. In my free time, I enjoy crocheting, baking, going on long walks, and listening to podcasts and music :).
Computer Science and Mathematics @ MIT
Acceptances: MIT, Harvard, Stanford, Princeton, Yale, University of Pennsylvania, University of Washington
Hello! My name is Daniel Ige, and I am glad you are giving me the opportunity to share my story. I am currently in my first year at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology looking to double major in computer science and mathematics. I had a lot of fun in high school and spent most of my time leading clubs and organizations like our Black Student Union, FBLA, Investor's Club, and varsity basketball. As an MIT Student, I have been given the opportunity to really explore areas that were inaccessible to me before. I have tried a lot this year, traveling for club retreats and company visits, and attending many of the random events MIT has to offer. I am mostly focused on the classes that I am taking right now, with my favorite being Fundamental of Programming (6.1010), a class about developing skills with Python. Outside of classes, I spend a lot of time with the National Society of Black Engineers and with my undergraduate research, working on assisting the Department of Material Science to help automate their imaging process with Python!
How Can We Help ?
College applications are a stressful, lonely, and difficult process and we're here to support you throughout it all! Some things we can help with (but reach out with anything college application related, we are excited to help!):
- General Application Knowledge / Strategy
- Activity List / Resume Support
- Choosing a University List
- Choosing your Major
- Common App Planning and Editing
- Personal Statement Planning and Editing
- Teacher Recommendation Advice
- Standardized Testing
- AP / IB / A-levels Classes
- Sports Recruitment
- Interview Preparation
- Deciding which University to Attend [or convincing your parents to let you attend ;)]