EMBA Admissions Consultant Services & Pricing

As an Independent EMBA Admissions Consultant, I’ve been working with EMBA applicants to top business schools since 2009. Who do I work with? Applicants who want a bespoke application experience. Frank conversations, perfectionism and no cap on the time or number of revisions ensure that an application results in an interview. Converting an interview into an admit involves school-specific mock interviews. Clients learn to project executive presence – responding with intelligence and poise to behavioral, career and school questions while using body language and voice intonation to their advantage.

Learn more about my Value Proposition. In addition, fxMBAConsulting is unique in offering flat-rate A La Carte Services. Flat-rate services allow you to lock in a set price for a predefined deliverable rather than paying by the hour.

Click on the tabs to toggle between the A La Carte Services and the Full School Package Services. 15-20% discounts are available to clients who commit to beginning and completing their a la carte service or school package between February 1st and July 31st. Feel free to email or reach out for a Free Consultation if you’d like to discuss your profile or have specific questions about services.


Services Outline

+ Background Analysis & School Selection

Summary: Available A La Carte | Included in Full School Package  This service goes into greater depth than the preliminary school analysis done during Free Consultations. It involves an initial 1.5 hour discussion around your profile, work history, goals, EMBA program criteria and tolerance for risk. In particular, I focus on where you’d like to see yourself 3 years from now (location, role, company, work-life balance).  After our first call you’ll take a few days to reflect and further investigate EMBA programs. We’ll reconvene for a final 1 hour call to finalize your shortlist of EMBA programs.

Deliverable: The goal of the Background Analysis & School Selection is to create a shortlist of target, safety and reach EMBA programs that you’ll apply to in round one and round two.

Why: It isn’t worthwhile to apply to every school you could be competitive at and you may not be competitive at every school you’re interested in. The short-list is the intersection of two sets: the schools you’re competitive at and the schools which will help you achieve your short-term goals. While cultural fit will be a factor in the school selection process, there are also other variables we will discuss: What are your career goals? Does company X or industry Y recruit at a given school? School location…often overlooked, becomes critical during recruiting. School strengths – are you interested in entrepreneurship? You may find more support and a larger network of VCs at certain schools. The same holds true for IB, Consulting etc. In short, will school X be able to facilitate the professional and personal outcomes you seek…therefore justifying the expense of $100k+ and 18 months of foregone salary?

How:

  • The Null Hypothesis: I always begin by questioning whether the candidate needs an EMBA at all or if s/he can achieve their career goals through other routes
  • Hear more from you about your life story, your goals and Why an EMBA, now?
  • Identify your strengths and how we can leverage them
  • Identify any weaknesses and how we can mitigate them
  • Discuss which EMBA programs fit your specific short-term career goals
  • Pinpoint which EMBA programs you’re competitive at
  • Decide on which EMBA programs are worth investing your time and money in applying to
  • Develop a shortlist of EMBA programs to apply to in round one and round two


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+ Resume Critique & Rewrite

SummaryAvailable A La Carte | Included in Full School Package  We begin with a phone discussion around your current resume. I’ll ask you to send additional (written) information about your work experience if necessary. Next we’ll set up a second and third call to go over every detail of your current and past roles. Each call lasts about 1.5 hours. I then write your new resume from scratch. I’ll send you a first draft, we’ll discuss any further edits deemed necessary. This is an iterative process that culminates in a polished and professional, EMBA-worthy resume.

I scrutinize formatting, spelling and adhere to resume rules like:

  • Resume Rule 1: Your bullet points must list achievements, not job descriptions Anyone can do a job. Achievements show you did the job well. You show achievements on a resume through promotions and bullet points that are clearly contextualized and quantified. Unfortunately in your day to day work your boss is not asking you to do achievements, he is asking you to perform tasks and carry out projects. If you aren’t able to draw out your big picture achievements and put them on paper, your resume can end up looking like nothing more than a task/project-based job description.
  • Resume Rule 2: Don’t give everything away in the resume Some people dump every possible detail of their work into their resume, but you need to limit yourself to only your very best achievements. A resume is just a marketing document that makes someone want to learn more about you. So save some achievements for the interview.
  • Resume Rule 3: Every EMBA resume has the same format Original layout and formatting detract from the actual content, the meat and potatoes of your resume. We’ll supply you with a standard template if need be. The length of your resume = one page, no exceptions.
  • Resume Rule 4: Prudence in the Personal Interests Section Personal interests that don’t make you stand out as an achiever aren’t helpful.

Deliverable: An irreproachable resume. View Before & After Resume Examples from clients I’ve worked with in the past.

Why: Your resume is a roadmap that helps the admissions committee member a. contextualize the material discussed in your essays, b. better understand your recommendations, c. gauge your professional potential. A resume is not your life story…but many people fall into the trap of cluttering their resume with myopic detail. That’s because a resume should be a macro view of your life but on a day to day basis, you live your life on the micro level. Having a partner who can take a 10,000 foot perspective on your story is key to crafting a truly great, achievement-based resume.


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+ Storytelling

SummaryAvailable A La Carte | Included in Full School Package  We use a storytelling document in conjunction with your resume to determine what type of storyline(s) and themes you should lead with to the admissions committee. The process usually involves a preliminary 1.5 hour call to go over your resume and personal storytelling document. We’ll discuss your background and career, with special emphasis on the most interesting projects from your professional and volunteer activities. Given your career arc to date, we’ll determine which short-term goals make the most sense to present to the admissions committee.  Next we’ll set up another 1 hour call to go over different aspects of your application (resume, essays, recommendations) and discuss how to go about integrating your storyline into those documents.

Deliverable: A concrete game plan as to which career goals, storylines and themes should be highlighted in your written application (short answers, essays, resume and recommendations).

Why: Storytelling is about understanding how to market yourself effectively to the admissions committee. You should think about presenting yourself to a business school just as a marketer would think about positioning a product to a specific consumer segment.


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+ Essays

Summary: Available A La Carte (Short Essay, Long Essay, HBS/Stanford Essay A) | Included in Full School Package (Includes Full Essay Set at the school of your choice, including HBS & Stanford)  Please note: 1) There is no limit to the number of essay edits it takes in order to produce your final essay 2) and to dispel any confusion, I do not write essays for clients, I help clients write their own essays.

We begin with a 1-1.5 hour call. I’ll give you deeper insight into why the admissions committee is asking a particular essay question and what they’re looking for from candidates. Next we’ll brainstorm different stories that might work, before settling on one with good potential. I look for material that allows us to create an engaging essay that rounds out your overall profile. For example, if your resume clearly portrays you as highly quantitative, I’ll steer you towards an essay that allows us to highlight complimentary qualities (qualitative achievements, inter-personal skills, leadership moments etc.) After our call I’ll send you a detailed outline and ask you to write a first draft. Beyond the first draft, the process involves a back and forth exchange of essay drafts and phone calls until we reach a final draft we’re both satisfied with.

  • Call: We begin with a 1-1.5 hour call to discuss story-line options for your essay.
  • Outline: Based on our conversation we’ll agree on a story-line and I’ll send you a detailed outline of it.
  • First Draft: Using the outline you’ll fill in the blanks and write a first draft of your essay. It’s important for us to work with a document that reflects your unique voice.
  • Second Draft: I’ll review your draft and then edit it to clarify ideas, to ensure that the language and structure of the essay not only flows nicely but that the reader is engaged by the essay’s content.
  • Subsequent Drafts: Beyond the first draft, the process involves a back and forth exchange of essay drafts and phone calls until we reach a final draft we’re both satisfied with.
  • Final Assessment: Once we believe we’ve reached a final draft we’ll jump on a call to discuss the final draft.

Deliverable: An essay or essay set that is engaging, compelling and genuine.

Why: While a resume is an overview of your professional achievements a compelling essay brings depth to what you’ve achieved, how you think and who you are. While you’re probably good at whipping up reports, memos and even dissertations you might not be as comfortable working with the personal essay format. For most candidates, the personal essay is the most important piece of auto-biographical writing you’ll ever undertake. Your essay must be concise but inviting, bold but modest, confident but not arrogant. Essay outlining and editing is the often the most difficult and tedious task in the EMBA application process. My job is to ensure the essays you do submit are standouts.


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+ Video Essay

Summary: Available A La Carte | Included in Full School Package  Creating a video essay involves a 1-1.5 hour call to brainstorm ideas and develop a storyline. The editing process consists in a back and forth exchange of script drafts and phone calls until we reach a final draft we’re both satisfied with. Finally, all audio-visual material (raw footage, stock footage, music tracks, images and text) is edited into a final .avi or .mp4 file using the Adobe Suite

Deliverable: A professionally edited video that you can submit to schools such as NYU Stern (Personal Expression Essay) or the MIT Sloan (Optional Multimedia Essays).

Why: Some schools allow applicants to submit an essay in video format. The opportunity to have a ‘face-to-face’ interaction with the admissions committee before being interviewed can work to tip the odds in your favor.


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+ Recommendations

Summary: Available A La Carte (1. Recommendation Strategy & Outlining and 2. Recommendation Editing are separate A La Carte services to offer you flexibility) | Included in Full School Package (Includes Strategy, Outlining & Editing for all of you recommenders)

Recommendation Strategy & Outlining is about determining what topics recommenders should touch on and producing a guide that facilitates the recommendation writing process for them. Recommendation Editing is about editing and commenting the first draft of your recommendation to ensure that your recommender clearly communicates in English, clearly conveys his/her ideas and that he/she hasn’t inadvertently divulged something that could adversely effect your application.

Recommendation Strategy & Outlining: This service involves a preliminary conversation about your choice of recommender(s). Next clients fill out the Recommender Outlining Template (download an example below). We then use the Recommender Outlining Template and your resume during a 1.5 hour call to discuss which stories and qualities your recommender(s) should highlight. I’ll then draw up the Recommender Talking Points document (download an example below) which you’ll give to your recommender. The Recommender Talking Points document guides your recommender in structuring the recommendation. This is especially helpful for busy recommenders. In my experience, even recommenders who are very enthusiastic about your application to business school will put off writing your recommendation until the eleventh hour.

Download Example of the Recommender Outlining Document

Download Example of the Recommender Talking Points Document

Recommendation Editing: Clients or their recommenders send me the first draft of the recommendation. I edit and comment the recommendation to ensure your recommender clearly conveys his/her ideas and that he/she hasn’t inadvertently divulged something that could adversely effect your application. Next a follow up call (between you and I or myself and your recommender) takes place to go over the edits and comments and solicit additional information if necessary. Based on that conversation, I make additional edits to produce a final recommendation. Recommendation Editing can be especially important if your recommender is not a native English speaker.


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+ Short Answer Editing

Summary: Available A La Carte | Included in Full School Package You’ll submit a first draft of your short answers. We’ll discuss any short answers you’re particularly concerned about (how to frame goals, which activities to list, or how to answer Stanford questions like Describe yourself using 20 or fewer words, Your favorite word in any language or Your favorite food). I’ll then edit and comment your short answers, requesting additional information if necessary. 

Deliverable: Strategy and editing for all the short answer questions in one application.

Why: The most important short-answer in your application concerns your short and long-term career goals. I’ll help you evaluate which goals you should lead with before editing this section so that it is concise and easy for the admissions committee to understand. In addition, I  help you craft and perform final editing on all short answers. Short answers vary from school to school but typically include short descriptions of: career goals, employers, job descriptions, key professional accomplishments, volunteer activities, awards etc.


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+ Sanity Check

Summary: Available A La Carte  Because I work with Full Package Clients throughout their application process, a sanity check per se isn’t necessary because it’s already an inherent aspect of our work together.  

Get your application evaluated before you hit the submit button. I’ll read through your completed resume, essays, short answers, and recommendations. First I return your documents to you with comments: My top priority will be to identify potentially damaging or inconsistent information. I’ll also make top-level suggestions as to how you might move your material in a different direction. After you’ve had a chance to review the comments, we’ll spend 1 hour with you on the phone answering any questions you may have. The Sanity Check ends after you’ve received written feedback and we’ve concluded our phone call.

Deliverable: A Sanity Check delivers written comments and verbal feedback on your completed resume, essays, short answers, and recommendations so that you can submit your application with confidence.

Why: This service is aimed at candidates who’ve managed their own application process and are looking for top-level feedback before submitting. In order to make the most of this service, be sure you have enough time to go back and execute on suggested changes (in other words, requesting a Sanity Check 48 hours before the school’s deadline isn’t the best idea). A Sanity Check provides great value for money, but please be aware that it isn’t equivalent to working with a consultant on the individual pieces of your application if you truly need extra help.


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+ Mock Interview

Summary: Available A La Carte | Included in Full School Package 

Congratulations! You’ve made it to the coveted interview phase! Each mock interview last 1.5 hours. We’ll cover the typical EMBA interview questions and also delve into common questions asked at the school you’re interviewing at. Each school has it’s own interview philosophy and style: An HBS interview is has a very different from a MIT Sloan interview which differs from an INSEAD interview. You’re mock will reflect the school you’re interviewing at. Prior to our call I will have read either your entire application or just your resume, depending on which approach the school with which you are interviewing uses.

Most people feel comfortable after completing two mock interviews although just one mock interview can be perfectly adequate. A lot of times during their first mock interview clients need help working out how to answer questions. I’ll ask a question, let the client answer and then provide immediate feedback on how to improve. During the second mock, clients have had time to practice their answers and so the focus is on perfecting their responses and looking for ways to improve body language, eye contact and voice cadence. When we’re done you’ll will walk into your interview with the confidence, poise and humility necessary to seal the deal at your dream school.

If you are interested in filling out an interview report after your interview then you’ll receive a document with past interview reports from your school prior to our mock interview.

Interview Report fxMBAConsulting.pdf

Deliverable: Mock Interview that lasts 1.5 hours

Why: The Adcom member or Alumnus interviewing you is not trying to access whether or not you are qualified, on paper, to be an EMBA student at their school. Clearly you are qualified, or you wouldn’t have been offered an interview in the first place. In a good interview you’ll provide logical and well-thought-out answers to the practical and behavioral questions put to you. In a great interview you’ll also manage to:

  • Control insecurities
  • Radiate a positive attitude and polish
  • Show yourself to be a person of conviction
  • Demonstrate that you provide value both in your work and as a member of the EMBA class
  • Crush any negative judgments or pre-conceived ideas the interviewer may have about you


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+ Unlimited Support via Phone & Email

Summary: Included in Full School Package  Beyond the phone and email support that goes into completing each aspect of your application, Unlimited Support is there when you simply want to talk about something that’s on your mind. I am usually able to accommodate same day conversations, if not, your conversation will be scheduled within 24 hours of your request. My client work is characterized by attention to detail and perfectionism. There is no cap on the amount of time or number of revisions it takes to ensure the client has a solid application and the interview skills required by top business schools.

A La Carte Clients: I have a great sense of loyalty and commitment for my clients and am extremely generous with my time. No service is complete until both my client and I are 100% satisfied with the final product. That’s why I don’t specify the number of edits or calls it takes to complete any particular service. One client might need two iterations in order to perfect her resume….another client might need more.


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+ Waitlist & Offer Support

Summary: Included in Full School Package  Finding oneself on the waitlist can be stressful –  so close to being admitted but not quite there…yet. Every school has specific instructions for material candidates may/may not submit to further their application. I help my Full Package Clients to write letters and even put together videos in order to sway the admissions committee in their favor. I also advise clients on additional phone calls or letters of support from professional contacts, school alumni/students and influential people.


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+ Ding Review

Summary: This is a complimentary service available to all. Request a Free Consultation if you’d like feedback on a past application that didn’t result in an admit. You’ll receive an email from me about scheduling our call, be sure to forward me your past application as well as your recommendations (if available) before our call.

Deliverable: Review and feedback on an EMBA application you’ve submitted in the past.

Why: At the end of every EMBA application season, the time comes for applicants to make some choices. While most in the fortunate position of choosing between schools, some are suddenly confronting a different and unexpected question: “Where did I go wrong?” This service is for those who plan to apply to business school in the coming year and want insight into their applications. This service can be particularly helpful if you’re considering reapplying to a school. Depending on what the first application looked like, I’ll give you a sense of whether it’s worth reapplying to a specific school.


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+ Hourly Rate Editing $200/hr | Discussion $60/hr

Summary: Available A La Carte

Hourly Rate Editing: If you need a piece of written work edited you can opt for the hourly rate. I’m happy to provide an estimate of how long an edit will take upfront. Hourly editing is billed in 15-minute increments.

Hourly Rate Discussion: The hourly discussion rate works well when you need coaching or want to discuss something or receive verbal feedback on a written piece of work. There is absolutely no written follow-up or editing involved in this service – it’s simply us talking on the phone.


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Full Service Packages versus a la Carte Services

Packages – Best value for money: A School Package guarantees that a predefined strategy and a cohesive story underpins your entire application. Package clients are coached from the very beginning of the process (school selection) right on through to the interview and admit stages. I personally quality control everything the admissions committee sees and hears, from you. That includes your essays, recommendations, short answers and what you say and do in interview. Simply put, School packages are for clients who want a trusted advisor on call from the beginning to the end of their application process.

There is no limit on the number of edits or rewrites for the various components of the written application and clients have full access to me at every step of the process, for any reason (via phone or email). Based on my experience working and training with two other firms in the industry, I’d say that the amount of time I invest with each client and the resulting application are a rarity and a point of differentiation.

A la Carte Services – Flexibility: A La Carte Services can be used on their own or in conjunction with a school package. Popular A La Carte Services include ResumeEssays, Recommendations and Mock Interviews. Maybe you find yourself struggling with a particular essay – help with outlining and editing one essay might be a worthwhile investment. Perhaps you’d like someone to work with you and then one-on-one with your recommenders to guarantee that they cast you in the best possible light to the admissions committee. EMBA programs will often review your resume before you apply in order to give you a better sense of whether you’re right for their program and vice versa. Using the a la carte Resume Rewrite service allows candidates to make a great first impression.

You have the option to upgrade to a Full School Package after purchasing one A La Carte Service. Common Scenario: Client purchases a Resume Critique & Rewrite $700. The client pays the a la carte price for the service. Within 30 days of completing the resume, the client decides to move ahead with one Full School Package $3700. The cost of the Resume Critique & Rewrite is deducted from the cost of the Full School Package $3700-$700=$3000. The client pays the balance of $3000. This applies to any service purchased a la carte which is included in full school packages. Clients have 30 days to convert an a la carte service to a school package.

August 15th: Client purchased Resume Rewrite for $700
September 10th: Client decided to upgrade to Full Service Package $3700
Balance due on September 10th: $3700 – $700 = $3000


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Who will I work with?

While many admissions consulting firms employ junior staff without MBAs, at fxMBAConsulting client work is never outsourced to junior editors or other consultants. This is a boutique operation and all services are personally delivered by Leah Derus. Clients have full access to me at every step of the process, for any reason (via phone or email). Based on my experience working and training with two other firms in the industry (Admissionado & mbaMission), I’m confident that the amount of time I invest with each client and the resulting application are a rarity and a point of differentiation.


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Turnaround Time?

There is a two-day turnaround time. Please reference the table below for days and times.

Here are two examples:

  • An essay is submitted before 21:00 – at 20:00 on Monday, the submission day is Monday and the edited essay will be returned to the client by Wednesday at 21:00.
  • An essay is submitted after 21:00 – at 22:00 on Monday, the submission day is Tuesday and the edited essay will be returned to the client by Thursday at 21:00.

Although work received on the weekend must be returned by 21:00 Wednesday, this is the maximum delay, but certainly not a minimum. I always strive to schedule a call, return a draft, etc. as soon as possible.

Document submitted by 21:00 EST on: Feedback returned By 21:00 EST on:
Monday Wednesday
Tuesday Thursday
Wednesday Friday
Thursday Saturday
Friday Tuesday
Saturday Wednesday
Sunday Wednesday

Holiday Closures 2016-17: Memorial Day May 30 2016; Independence Day July 4 2015; Labor Day September 5 2016; Thanksgiving November 24-25 2016; Christmas December 24-25; New Years December 31 and January 1


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Upgrading to a Full Package

You have the option to upgrade to a Full School Package after purchasing one A La Carte Service. Common Scenario: Client purchases a Resume Critique & Rewrite $700. The client pays the a la carte price for the service. Within 30 days of purchasing the Resume Critique & Rewrite, the client decides to move ahead with one Full School Package $3700. The cost of the Resume Critique & Rewrite is deducted from the cost of the Full School Package $3700-$700=$3000. The client pays the balance of $3000. This applies to any service purchased a la carte which is included in full school packages. Clients have 30 days to convert an a la carte service to a school package.

August 15th: Client purchased Resume Rewrite for $700
September 10th: Client decided to upgrade to Full Service Package $3700
Balance due on September 10th: $3700 – $700 = $3000


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Can I ask for a discount?

I believe that I already offer a significant discount on services. That discount is built into to my standard pricing (which is around 20% less than my competitors). I realize that for many of my clients, negotiating prices is a common practice. I prefer to offer the same straightforward rates to everyone. So when someone asks for a discount, I just tell them that I don’t negotiate or give discounts. 

In addition, fxMBAConsulting is the only firm I’m aware of to actually offer clients flat-rate A La Carte Services. Other firms prefer to charge clients by the hour – and as the client you have no guarantee of how many hours a job will require. Flat-rate services allow you to lock in a set price for a predefined deliverable rather than paying by the hour.

Value Proposition: Most consulting firms require their consultants to adhere to rigid protocol. For example, a brainstorming session cannot be longer than one hour, an initial consultation can’t go longer than 30 minutes and must include a 10 minute pitch about the firm’s services etc.

My philosophy when it comes to serving clients is quite different in that a) I have very high standards for what constitutes a well thought out, well written application b) I don’t work with a phone in one hand and a stop watch in the other. The amount of time it takes to deliver a service is indicated to serve as a baseline. In reality, I don’t set limits on the amount of time it takes to complete a brainstorming session, resume or mock interview etc. Everyone is different, and some people need a little more help than others to arrive at the same outcome. That’s ok. The job is done when you and I are both satisfied with the final outcome.

Pricing & ROI: I got my start in EMBA Admissions Consulting working for Admissionado back in 2009 (at the time the company was called Precision Essay). I’ve also trained as an Admissions Consultant with mbaMission. Large firms pay their consultants 20-50% of the cost of services. That means that if you’re paying the firm $100 the person actually doing the work is earning $20-50. You can expect $20-50 worth of services, not $100. Because I’m an independent consultant, the fees you pay aren’t diluted. If you pay $100 for a service, you can expect $100 worth of services.

Here’s a table that compares total costs vs’ value delivery.

MBA Admissions Consulting FirmsClient Cost: 1School PackageClient Cost: 3 School PackagesValue Delivery: Your Consultant EarnsResume Rewrite (A La Carte)1 Essay Editing (A La Carte)
mbaMission$4100$6600$2050-$3300No flat rate available for a la carte services.
Pay $290/hour (2 hour minimum) = $580
No flat rate available for a la carte services.
Pay $290/hour (2 hour minimum) = $580
Admissionado$3995$6395$2000-$3200No a la carte services available on website.No a la carte services available on website.
Stacy Blackman$4675$7525$2340-$3770Resume 'Review' (this is not a rewrite).
2 hours at $315/hour = $630
Essay Review (one round of editing for a set of school essays).
3 hours at $315/hour = $945
fxMBAConsulting$3700$5900$3700-$5900$700 (Complete critique and resume rewrite). $650 (Essay from start to finished product). Usually involves 5 rounds of editing.


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Payment & Payment Plans

Payment A La Carte Services: You will receive an invoice shortly after we begin working on the service you have chosen. Payment is expected within 7 calendar days.

Payment Full School Package Services: You will receive an invoice after we complete the first piece of your package (usually that’s the Resume Critique & Rewrite). Payment is expected within 7 calendar days.

Payment Plans: If you have special circumstances I am happy to discuss a payment plan. Please reach out so we can find a way to accommodate your needs.


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Payment Methods

Payment Methods (Clients in the United States): If you are located in the United States clients can pay via check, Venmo or Direct Bank Transfer. Preferred payment method: Check or Direct Bank Transfer. I reimburse a flat rate of ($20) to cover Bank-to-bank Wire Transfer fees ($20).

Payment Methods (Clients outside the United States): If you are located outside the United States you can pay via PayPal or Direct Bank Transfer. Clients are responsible for making payments in US dollars, not in their local currency. Clients are responsible for currency exchange rate fees. Preferred payment Method: Direct Bank Transfer. If your total invoice is $500 or more, I will reimburse the transfer fee ($40). If you choose to use PayPal, you will be responsible for the 2.9% fee will be added to your final balance to cover the transaction cost.

Note on PayPal for Intentional Clients only: If you choose to pay with PayPal there is a 2.9% fee that you need to add to your invoice. If your invoice is for $4000 and you want to use PayPal then ($4000*1.029=$4116). You would need to send $4116, not $4000.

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