UC Application Service


Guidance for the UC Application and Personal Insight Questions

Services are available from August to November

Not sure how to put together your UC Application and Personal Insight Questions? Get the help you need to become a more competitive UC applicant!

Please note that the consultation/service is for informational purposes only and does not guarantee results.

All client information remains confidential to the extent allowable by the law; in rare instances, client information may be disclosed for the sole purpose of obtaining technical support for client-related electronic data, such as data recovery or data destruction.

Services Offered


“Thank you so much for all your help! I got into UC Berkeley today”
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Winning Strategy for the UC Personal Insight Questions Webinar | $49

Just need a quick tutorial on how to craft your own winning answers to the Personal Insight Questions? Learn the strategy I use to help my students, who are two to three times more likely to be admitted to the UC of their choice than the average applicant! In addition to the webinar, you will also get a companion handout that outlines all of the pertinent information you need! Purchase my freshman OR transfer recorded webinar today (on the PayPal payment confirmation page, scroll down and click “Return to Merchant” button to receive recording access information) and become a more competitive applicant for the UCs of your choice!


SUPER SECRET Newsletter | $25 or $45 per month

Prefer getting curated, timely delivered resources for your DIY UC admissions endeavor? Sign up for my SUPER SECRET Newsletter ($25/month) to have all of the UC admissions information you need delivered to you (unlimited email consultation available with $45/month subscription).


Other Essay Review and College Admissions Consulting Services | Prices vary

Need constructive feedback or writing support for your UC Personal Insight Questions? I highly recommend Angie Bates! I have been working with Angie since 2015 and she is very familiar with all of my techniques and methods. She is an excellent content organizer and editor, has an eye for details, and great at condensing/trimming content without losing pertinent information. For students who are self-directed and just need someone to support them through the writing process, Angie is the perfect choice!

Need constructive feedback or writing support for your Common App and Supplemental Essays? I recommend Prompt where you will work one-on-one with a writing coach who can support you through some or all of your college essays (depending on the service you choose). There is no cap for hours, calls, or reviews, and Prompt’s process is fast! If you can keep up with the assigned work and deadlines, you can complete your Common App and Supplemental Essays for your Top 3 Schools within two weeks, starting from scratch – an ideal choice if you are pressed for time!

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Looking for full-service consulting for Common Application, Coalition for College, ApplyTexas, or other college applications? I highly recommend Capstone! I have known one of the co-founders (Shelley Enger) since 2012 and I turn to her for ALL of my STEM and non-UC college questions because I trust and respect her expertise. Capstone counselors are experienced in assisting students with college list development, essay writing, application strategies, and interview prep for a wide variety of academic interests, as well as advising students in specialized areas that include business, STEM, health care, social sciences, athletic recruitment, high school counseling, and medical school/health science graduate program admissions.

Need help with your transfer application to the UCs, CSUs, and/or other colleges? I highly recommend Dan Nannini! He was the the transfer center coordinator at Santa Monica College, the #1 transfer college to the UCs, for 17 years. Enough said!