College Application Essay Coach Debbie Merion
Everyone can write. Everyone has something important to say. A writing coach helps you find those words with less stress.
As we edit your memories and ideas into a strong college/grad school application essay or compelling book, you may see your life change. Essay Coaching clients get excited when they are admitted to their dream college or their published book opens them up to a world of “their people.” As you grab your favorite pen and chat with a friendly expert–Debbie Merion, MFA, MSW–you’ll discover your unique and compelling story.
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New to Essay Coaching?
Not sure how to write an top-notch grad school or college application essay? No problem! Debbie Merion will work with you one-on-one to help you:
• Understand how admissions officers evaluate essays.
• Pick your strongest essay topic.
• Stay motivated and focused.
• Edit perfectly.
The result: Write a compelling, sincere, and unique essay in your own voice.
How long will it take? Just fifty minutes for a thorough and professional evaluation of an essay draft or a quick start. Others need help choosing an essay topic and writing the essay. For those students, I offer a five-session package.
Are you ready? Request an appointment with Essay Coach Debbie Merion here.
Essay Coaching has hundreds of satisfied clients now attending top universities including Harvard, Stanford Business School, University of Michigan, New York Law and Yale.
Essay Coaching offers empowering, stress-relieving, expert, friendly, and creative help with your writing project.
Debbie was my son’s essay coach. She is truly gifted at helping students find their voice so they can tell their stories in a way that resonates with college admission counselors. Although she is a gifted writer, she never puts a word on a page…the essays are truly the student’s work. Over the course of a month, my son’s essays went from good to exceptional. He was accepted to his top college choices and will be attending University of Chicago in the fall. If you are thinking about hiring Debbie to work with your son or daughter, jump at the chance.