Student Testimonial

"Dina is, put simply, the best. She doesn't help you form your best application. She makes you think critically about yourself and your writing. She asks you those big questions, making you reflect on what it means to be a high school student in this big, overwhelming world of applications. . . Working with Dina is more than just a launchpad to fulfill your dreams. . . it's an experience that hones in on your writing, your self-awareness, and your desires in the gargantuan world of university. I cannot thank her enough."


-Ben, admitted Early Action to Stanford

Parent Testimonial

 "Dina Epstein/Admit One boosted my daughter’s confidence and helped her learn about herself to weave together a portrait that was accurate and compelling...she has a true gift for getting inside the mind and inspiring a high school student...She made a huge and positive impact on our lives, far beyond the college essay or application."

More of What Our Clients Say

Student Testimonial

"Applying to schools can be a painful process, but with you by my side it felt like a piece of cake!"

Parent Testimonial

"We want to thank you very much for all your help. In the end, we had an opportunity to see her work-product, and thanks in no small measure to your help, it was excellent.

Student Testimonial

"I can honestly say that without your help and inspiration I would not have gotten my focus together on what I needed to do in order to successfully get into schools."

Parent Testimonial

"You read over [our son's] essays and advised him that he was missing the mark and gave him suggestions. When it came to MIT, he wrote the best essay I've seen--and it spoke volumes about what he wanted out of education and life--it was a winner and based on your suggestions. Thanks for that advice--it paid off."

Student Testimonial

"You are warm and caring and genuinely helped me identify what I am interested in and worked together with me in order to achieve my goals."

Parent Testimonial

"Your ideas are great – it had been difficult for me to articulate what was missing."