After submitting his application for undergraduate admission at two different Tier 1 Universities, M.A. enrolled with Study Sparkz to assist him in completing the applications. Once we began working on his case, the Study Sparkz Admission’s Adviser noted there was a significant issue with the one of the applications. A meeting with the university revealed that the student’s application had been withdrawn, due to missing supplemental paperwork that was not received by the university. Closer review of the student file revealed he had submitted his application during the Early Decision period; however, he had failed to sign and return the Early Decision Agreement document. When the university failed to receive this document they simply deactivated his application. The student, ignorant of this, submitted all necessary documentation and was under the impression his application was being reviewed. Study Sparkz worked closely with the Admission’s Office to reinstate his application so it was considered for the upcoming term.
K.M. wanted to major in business like his uncle who had studied in the United States. He enlisted the expertise of Study Sparkz to assist him in his application process. K.M. had earned his Bachelor’s Degree in his country and desired to complete graduate studies in the United States. It was evident he was a strong student, and possessed extensive professional work experience. His primary concern was the results of his TOEFL examination. While his command of the English language was strong, his ability to perform well on standardized tests prevented him from demonstrating his full potential. Study Sparkz contacted each of the universities and argued K.M.’s case. Each of the institutions waived the poor TOEFL examination and arranged for an in-person interview in lieu of submitting the score. With the help of Study Sparkz, K.M. demonstrated his command of the language during the interview, and was accepted to his first choice university.