PhD Candidate and Hematology/Oncology Fellow at Yale University School of Medicine
"My writing was a mess before I met Daniel. I spent several months compiling over 20 drafts for a personal statement to get into medical school. Since I was a “non-traditional” applicant, my personal statement needed to reflect what I did in the 5 years since I had graduated from college in just over one page. I was overwhelmed and didn’t know how to move forward.
Daniel was my saving grace. Before we started to work on my writing, he first asked many pointed questions over email and video chat to help focus my thoughts. He got to know my experiences, motivations, and who I was as a person. As he helped craft my writing, his astonishing way with words led to a finished product that truly reflected “my story.” Given my below average GPA and MCAT scores, I truly believe that his help was a major reason why I was ultimately accepted to medical school at George Washington University.
Daniel’s unique ability to mold my writing into succinct, yet complete and motivating prose is incredible. I used his help again to get accepted to Duke for residency, Yale for fellowship, and most recently, into the Yale PhD program.
I have recommended Daniel’s services to many friends and colleagues who have all had similar experiences and success getting into the country’s top academic institutions. He is a “writing magician” and I would not be where I am without him." Gena G. (PhD Candidate and Hematology/Oncology Fellow at Yale University School of Medicine)