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Thank you so much for all your help with my major redirection and essays. Truly, this wouldn’t be my life if it wasn’t for you.

I am excited to share with you the result of my UC application. My application to all 5 UCs, especially UCLA and UC Berkeley, was accepted for Fall 2018. Thank you very much on behalf my family and myself; it was through your help that I succeeded in processing the application.

While Lindy and I only exchanged a few emails regarding Berkeley, I found that she was immediately responsive, very informative, and clearly knowledgeable about UC admissions.

Lindy took it upon herself to advocate on my behalf and got me Academic Renewal after the community college said I didn’t qualify. She said the rule was not being interpreted correctly and she was right.

My daughter came into this very nervous because being a CSU to UC transfer she knew the admit rate is already low; however with Mrs. King’s expertise not only with the essays but the whole process, my daughter now feels confident she’s in a strong position. Her service and book are invaluable.

Thank you so much Lindy for explaining the community college system to me and my son and getting us on board for hopefully a great two year run. There are so many facets to getting it all done efficiently, and you described everything in an easy to follow manner. I look forward to having you work with my son later to make sure he stays on track.

Just two emails from Lindy explained more to me about what I needed than I got at my community college, and corrected a serious issue that might have prevented me from transferring. I got in one year.

You helped demystify the process of transferring to a UC from community college, and helped my son establish a game plan and significantly build his confidence after a very rough patch in high school. I particularly appreciate how much you went out of your way to make sure my son knew he deserved to be at a UC.

You always provide really helpful information! I’ve done some mistakes in my UC application, and your responses gave me proper ways to handle them. Thanks! Thanks! Thanks!

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