Running out of time on your applications? Stressed about what to write and how to stand out? The most difficult yet critical part of the application process is finding your story.
The goal of the WriteStory is to use our proprietary process to help Write Track clients find their authentic voice and capture it in a uniquely crafted story that will Get Noticed by Admissions Committees!
How the WriteStory Process Works
Stage 1 - Matching & Preparing
Write Track carefully matches the Client with an Admissions Expert based on a number of key factors. The Client then completes a detailed questionnaire, which lays the foundation for the close interaction between the Expert and Client in outlining the application materials.
Stage 2 - Learning & Brainstorming
Through an interactive process, the Expert and Client breakdown, rebuild, and stress test the uniquely crafted story using a number of proprietary tools/methods. At the end of the session(s), the Client can confidentially apply to their dream programs with their uniquely crafted story.
Stage 3 - Outlining & Empowering
To ensure the Client has all they need to start drafting the application, the Expert will provide a brief written report outlining the general theme, unique storyline, and main supporting points covered on the recorded session(s). This will help the Client take the next step on the Write Track.
The WriteStory packages are designed to provide an affordable solution for those needing to jump start their application process. These packages include: (1) questionnaire/material review, (2) brainstorming sessions(s), (3) brief report to prepare clients for the next step drafting their application materials.
After completing the WriteStory process, clients are encouraged to continue working with Write Track to confidently ensure their story is 100% captured in the written application, thereby saving time and greatly increasing admissions success. Write Track offers discounts on editing services for continuing clients.
Watch the What, Why & How of WriteStory
WriteStory Overview Guide