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...Now, two years later, with my daughter in her dream school, I can see that their impact on her was much more far reaching than getting the applications in on time. ... The Admissions Angle is everything you need them to be to help your student get accepted but in the end their value grows long past the click of the submit button.

Randi, mother of Hannah
Michigan Class of '25

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Working with Alex and the Admissions Angle made the college application process a challenge that I was excited to tackle. Alex helped me mold my unique interests into a compelling story that I could confidently present in my application. Specifically, his assistance on my personal statement ensured that I wrote a coherent and well-organized essay that held true to my voice. Additionally, he was able to provide suggestions to help frame my activity list in a way that showcased not just my achievements, but my personality as well. I appreciate the thoroughness and honesty at which Alex approached my application, and his expertise was warmly welcomed at every step of the process! Thank you, Alex and the Admissions Angle!
Avery, brother of Jesse
Dartmouth University Class of '27
The Admissions Angle team is an extremely trustworthy source for all things college. Alex has an extraordinary feel for the college process, with a creative twist. He understands the personalities of his different students and has a tremendous talent to know what colleges are looking for. Alex is not afraid to think outside the box with ways to stand out and display personality in all aspects of the application process. He also is very helpful in the essay writing process. Alex was an unbelievable resource in helping me translate my experiences and talents into thought-provoking essays that correlated with who I am and my line of study. Working with Alex and the Admissions Angle was a decision that certainly paid off for me.
University of Southern California Class of '27
Working with Noelle Compton was an amazing experience I’d highly recommend. She and Alex really listened to me during our first meeting. They developed a trajectory to build on my existing interests while encouraging me to explore new opportunities. Thanks to Noelle’s advice, I found a standardized test option that suited my skills better. I developed more confidence to become a leader in my school’s extracurriculars. I attended summer programs I would have never known about otherwise. Noelle was there to support me in every stage, and with her intimate knowledge of the admissions process, she always knew the way forward when tough decisions arose. And Alex was critical to choosing my major and building the narrative in my personal statement. I am so grateful to the Admissions Angle for their mentorship.
Yale University Class of '26
When I retained the Admissions Angle to guide my younger daughter through the college admissions process, I did so on a gut feeling based on Noelle’s excellent webinars that were chock full of practical advice. Now, two years later, with my daughter in her dream school, I can see that their impact on her was much more far reaching than getting the applications in on time. My daughter was a solid student but her ultimate “story” was shaped by her work with Noelle. Noelle challenged her to work on an academic project outside of school and now it’s work that she intends to continue in college. Her personal statement was not one and done - Hannah had to work through very different topics before she landed on one that rang true and gave her the angle she never knew existed within herself. Of course, as a parent, it is hard to see past the mountain of work and looming deadlines and see the process as an exercise in introspection. The Admissions Angle is everything you need them to be to help your student get accepted but in the end their value grows long past the click of the submit button.
Randi, mother of Hannah
University of Michigan Ann Arbor Class of '25
I had a fantastic experience working with Alex and Noelle. They both knew the ins-and-outs of college admissions and could thoroughly help me with many aspects of the process. They have been through the process many times and were able to provide tips I would not have known otherwise. Beyond their skills and admissions acumen, Alex and Noelle were friendly faces who genuinely cared about each student. Thanks!
Jesse, brother of Avery
Accepted to Dartmouth Class of '25
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Alex and Noelle know the college admissions process inside and out. They know exactly what colleges are looking for in terms of extracurriculars, academics, transcripts, essays and as a result, their expertise makes them a great molder of applicants. I came to Alex with a rough direction of what I wanted to do with my career and in a day he crafted a plan of attack to get me into my dream school. We narrowed down my interests into one unique major, he then helped me beef up my extracurriculars to better match my profile as an applicant to that major. From there we began work on essays. Both Alex and Noelle are masters of charting the waters of helping students write interesting, memorable and even edgy essays while staying in the sphere of what admissions readers want to see. The Admissions Angle tapped into my collection of life lessons and memories and from there, pulled out small anecdotes and tidbits to help me craft multiple moving essays. In the final days of writing my essays, Alex also ensured all other aspects of my college application were in order. Whenever I had a question regarding a transcript, activities, or additional information, he knew what to do or directed me in how to solve any issues. With Alex and Noelle’s detail to attention, knowledge of the application process, and talent as coaches/editors/planners, I was able to get into my dream school. I could not have done it without them! Thanks, Alex and Noelle!
Georgetown Class of '25
The college admissions process is a very daunting process, but with the help of Alex Loveless and the Admissions Angle, it became a much more manageable process and an overall better experience. Alex was super thorough and honest with his feedback and constantly pushed me to strive for success. His knowledge and expertise of the college process reassured me at every step, in particular during essay brainstorming sessions. He was able to elevate all of my ideas into a cohesive, compelling, and well-rounded essay. I am extremely grateful for his guidance and without his support, I would not be where I am today.
Cornell School of Engineering Class of '25
I began working with Alex during my sophomore year, so I was able to implement many of his ideas, such as hands-on research papers and a science blog, that really helped me present myself as a knowledgeable and self-driven scientist in my applications! Even though he had many good suggestions and obviously knew what could create a brilliant application, he never tried to stifle my unique interests and helped me incorporate them into my essays. When it came to editing, he always made sure that the essays still used my voice and that they were truly representative of me. I wouldn’t have known how to present myself in the best possible way to elite institutions without Alex’s help.
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Caltech Class of '24
Without Alex, I wouldn’t have been able to get into my dream school. I started working with Alex in eighth grade, and he helped me to have specific goals and plans for my high school tenure. With the specific goals and plans, my application had a harmonic element that made me different from other applicants. In order for me to stand out, Alex and I worked on the junction for all my high school achievements and life experiences: the common app and supplemental essays. Since the beginning of summer before my senior year, Alex and I wrote at least 50 drafts in total for ten different schools. Alex suggested specific edits from my initial drafts that would make my essays to connect with my passion for STEM. With hard work from both Alex and me, we ended up with final drafts that radiated my background and passion for colleges. I strongly believe that the essays were a big part of my success, and I thank Alex for his help.
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Penn Class of '24
I couldn't be where I am without the support that I received from Alex. It's important to acknowledge because, as a high school student, this is my first time experiencing the college process. Still, with Alex, he's already gone through the process hundreds of times, so it was easy to bounce back ideas with him during the brainstorming process. Throughout the college process, I could always be reassured that there was someone out there looking out for me. Having another set of eyes to check over your essays is extremely helpful.
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JHU Class of '24
“Alex was really helpful in terms of brainstorming ideas for my essay topics. We would sit in a room and talk for 30 minutes straight, listing out all the possible ideas that could be used. He was completely open to any idea, which made me feel comfortable enough to share everything on my mind. Also, Alex's honest opinions regarding my writing were very helpful. He directly told me what he didn't like during the earlier phases of writing so that the essay wouldn’t turn into a train wreck. He also gave a lot of care for the grammatical structure of my writing so that we could submit the most cohesive essay possible.”
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Georgetown Class of '23
“To list several of many, many things he has done for me, Alex counseled me in building my extracurriculars such as club activities, guided me through writing research papers on William's Cryptosystem and Cellular Automata, helped me get into a summer camp at UPenn, and reviewed all of the essays I had written for my college application. I'm sure I couldn't have gone through all the complicated process without Alex's guidance.”
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Carnegie Mellon Class of '23
“It was good to have a mentor who would monitor my college applications and deadlines, as I was so busy at school. Alex's resources and advice helped me a lot in getting a head start on my essays. Even when I was waitlisted at 12 colleges, Alex and I tried our best to get me off the waitlist, writing the appeal letters and starting a new research project. Overall, it was very satisfying and helpful for my overall college process.”
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Vanderbilt Class of '23
“Alex helped me tremendously during the college app process by being involved in each step leading to completion. He was extremely meticulous in pointing out what I should work on and continuously gave me suggestions to improve the essay. I remember that I wrote A LOT of drafts for my final essay until we were both satisfied. Outside of essays, he helped me decide on what courses to take and proposed new extracurricular activities that would strengthen my application. In retrospect, Alex was not only a consultant but also a mentor that supported me throughout the whole college application process that can be stressful and pressuring. He communicates well with his students and is always willing to help - he even helped me revise my application for a dual degree with Wharton at Penn.”
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Penn Class of '22
“When I first came to (Alex), I was an immature child who had no idea how to plan and prepare for college, without a thought of what major I was most interested or talented in. Alex helped me to discover and develop my talent in this unique and unexpected field of creative writing. By making an original choice for my major and with active support from Alex, I was able to apply for colleges that were once beyond my dreams. Eventually I made it as far as UC Berkeley.”
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UC Berkeley Class of '22
“I've participated in the … program for 3 years and mainly focused on the European History and Psychology blog. While I was working on the blog, my mentor (Alex) always helped me to select a topic of the week. Without his help, it would have been difficult for me to continuously update the blog with novel and intriguing topics. This experience helped me to write good essays for college. Also a weekly Skype call to maintain the progress for the college application process helped me a lot to finish tasks well ahead of the deadline.”
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Johns Hopkins Class of '22
“Alex gave constructive feedback on how to improve my essays in light of the theme that I was writing for. My sentences tend to be verbose and Alex also helped me cut a lot of unnecessary sentences and keep the essay very compact and right to the point. We held weekly Skype meetings to discuss more about my essays' revision and further steps; he provided great help in my college applications."
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Johns Hopkins Class of '21 (Full Ride)