Supplemental Essays (RD): The supplemental essays written in the winter period are for Regular Decision schools. Similarly to those written for Early Decision colleges, these essays serve as additional opportunities for applicants to showcase their unique qualities beyond what's covered in the main application. These essays typically delve into specific aspects of an applicant's background for colleges the client is interested in applying to, but are not their top priority. 

Letters for deferred and/or waitlisted school(s): Writing follow-up letters to colleges where you've been deferred or waitlisted can be a strategic move. This stage includes writing detailed letters for your top school choices. These letters offer you an opportunity to reaffirm your interest in the institution, update them on any achievements or developments since your initial application, and express your continued enthusiasm for the school. 

Interview Prep: Preparing for college admissions interviews involves a multifaceted approach aimed at presenting yourself authentically and effectively. Start by researching the college thoroughly to understand its values, programs, and community. Reflect on your own experiences, accomplishments, and goals, identifying key points you want to convey during the interview. Practice articulating these points clearly and confidently, paying attention to your body language and tone of voice. Anticipate common interview questions and prepare thoughtful responses that highlight your strengths, interests, and alignment with the college's mission. Additionally, consider conducting mock interviews with friends, family, or mentors to gain valuable feedback and build confidence. By investing time and effort into interview preparation, you can approach the admissions process with self-assurance and make a compelling impression on interviewers.