Results: Cogito College Acceptance & Scholarships
The results are in…some of them anyway!
This year, our team has helped international students from around the world prepare undergraduate applications for their dream schools in the United States.
We’ve given advice on which schools to target based on the student’s personality, academic performance, English level, and financial budget. We’ve helped them prepare personal statements, supplemental essays, and activity lists. We’ve helped boost SAT scores by 15-20%.
Not only did our students receive admission to many top-ranked American universities, they also received significant merit scholarship. The average scholarship was $15,000 per year.
Here are the results so far:
Carnegie Mellon University, #23 National (College of Engineering, #6 National)
Columbia University- Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, #4 National (#10 Graduate Economics)
Miami University, #82 National (Farmer School of Business): 4 students received scholarship awards ranging from $21,000- $27,000
Purdue University, #61 National (College of Engineering, #9 National)
SUNY Plattsburgh: 5 students received $13,500 scholarship
Texas A&M- College Station (College of Engineering), #70 National
University of Arizona, #121 National: $10,000 scholarship
University of Kentucky, #129 National
University of Michigan- Ann Arbor, #29 National
University of Nebraska, #99 National: $14,000 scholarship
University of Idaho: $11,500 scholarship
Western Kentucky University
West Virginia University
On April 1, more schools will release their results.
If you would like to improve your chances for admission to top-ranked American universities, please consider our consultation services. We will also have an SAT Camp this summer in Harvard Square. For more details, click here.