It has been about two years since I first started writing about applying to graduate school and I just wanted to say thank you to everyone that has visited the blog. Readers from around the world are trying to improve their graduate school applications and have come to InsideTheAdcom for help. I’m humbled by that.
It has evolved and now can serve a different purpose. Now I can serve you more specifically than before. If there is a topic you would like to see more about, or a conversation you would like to have, we can do it. While I was with a university, I had limited time to address the issues that a graduate applicant faces unless they were in a field related to our school’s programs. For the last three months I have put more focus on this resource and since I am no longer in the confines of a specific university, together we can take the blog content wherever it best serves your needs.
As the application cycle continues to progress you may find a need for help with a credential or strategy for your own applications. Feel free to contact me for a question or consultation (free). It can be confusing to apply to graduate school since each school uses different language, has different deadlines, and may want to see different things from their applicant pool.
You can contact me directly or submit a comment / question to any of the posts on this blog to explore the subject more. I can be reached by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or on Skype at daniel.chatham. I’m glad to help you with your questions.
If you would like more formal, long term coaching, that is available too. Just visit the Admissions Consulting page for more information.