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I highly recommend scholar strategy because unlike other Counselling agencies, it helps aspiring students to work on SOP on their own. No one spoon feeds which infact is better and efficient way of advising. Ironically I feel more independent and confident if and when I apply to more universities and might skip counselling sessions in the future. The best part is that by joining scholar strategy one becomes a part of a highly interactive and vibrant network of students studying or applying … cr… Read more
Raghav, ND (MEM)
I initially decided that I would go ahead with my applications without a counselor as it proved to be quite futile when my elder sister used it. But after perusing through Nistha’s answers on Quora and the articles on her blog, I decided to go ahead with Scholar Strategy without a second thought! I was really impressed with her structured procedure throughout, which also comes from the fact that she’s been through this herself (a rarity among counselors!) She was very pragmatic with her suggest… Read more
Anas Siddiqui, NCSU (MS CS)
The essence of any SOP is your story that you want to convey the admission committee and Nistha helps in bringing out the same. Through Scholar Strategy I was able to stay focused and up to the mark with my MS applications.
Vinayak, Columbia, Gatech (MFE)
A very good approach to guidance..no spoon feeding. The best part about Scholar Strategy is the quality of mentoring by Nistha and support directly from the current students.
Khushboo, Syracuse, UTD (CS)
Working with Nistha was a great experience as she meticulously helped me form a strategy for the SoP . Throughout the application period , there were numerous discussions and iterations , the final version of SoP looked much better than I had envisaged . I don’t think the admits would have been possible without her guidance. Thanks Nistha !
Akash, Georgia Tech (ECE)
I can’t even begin to fathom how crucial a role Nistha played in getting me an admit from one of the biggies in the world! I must admit I was totally clueless as I started off with my preparations for masters in US. I had parts of my application ready but I was still not able to glue them together in order to impress the admission committee. So I started seeking for a mentor – not the crooked local ones but an authentic reputed counselor who would give decisive opinions and statements about … Read more
Akhil, MSIM (UIUC)
I know that coming from US undergrad, I had advantages over many other students. But, I wouldn’t have received these results without your counseling and all the information I got from Scholar Strategy. You really pushed me to get the best out of me when writing my SOP and resume! I look forward to paying back by contributing to the Scholar Strategy community in the future. I first discovered Scholar Strategy through a friend in HK. She is from India, and she told me she heard great things a… Read more
Sandy Leeadmitted to Stanford MS&E, CMU MCDS
Nistha is very smart and she knows what she’s doing. She’s always available on mail for reviews and other questions as well. I think if you’re looking for a counsellor, she’s one of the best! [Admitted to Columbia (MSEE), Dartmouth (MEM), USC (MEM), Duke (MEM), TAMU (MIS), UMCP (MIS), UIUC (MSTM)]
Nikita, Columbia (MSEE), Dartmouth (MEM)
Nistha was introduced to me by a friend. I trusted my friend and have never looked back. Nistha is very professional and supportive. She has vast experience and transparency. If you are looking for honest advice and are ready to work hard, she can be a go to person to navigate you through the tedious process.
Sahil, Columbia MSBA, TAMU, CMU, Washington (MIS)
Most of my friends initially suggested not to join scholarstrategy and instead join some local consultancy as they felt this was not a proper one. But after going through the services you offer, reading your answers on quora I felt that scholar strategy is way better than other consultancies who lack basic knowledge. Though some may argue that the methods employed at scholar strategy were little bit different but I personally am very satisfied as this is what I was looking for instead of someone… Read more
Nitesh, Notre Dame (MEM)