Services & Pricing

Guaranteed Admission Program

Pricing determined on a case-by-case basis

  • For clients who want assurances their children will gain admission into the top colleges and universities
  • Provides clients with all services listed above
  • Eligible to any Learner as young as 10-years-old, or as late as during their senior year college admissions cycle
  • Contact us for a free evaluation and pricing proposal
  • We evaluate the chances of success for a prospective applicant and then structure a tiered, money back guaranteed admission contract
  • Paid in full in advance of services rendered
    • Payment plan may be available for select families (with 33% up front and the broken out yearly)
  • Illustrative example of prospective contracts are listed below Deck - Guaranteed Admission Program

Non-guaranteed Admission Program *

$6,000 - annual consulting fee

  • Paid in advance of services rendered

$20,000 – optional, unlimited applications per admissions cycle (paid senior year only)

  • Provides clients with all services listed above
  • Minimum of 12 monthly 1-hour planning and review sessions per year
  • Annual consulting and college admissions price are locked in once initial annual payment is made
  • Annual consulting fee paid at the beginning of each contract year
  • Optional, senior year consulting fee paid the spring/summer before applications are due
  • Typically paid the spring/summer before applications are due, always in advance of services rendered

Senior Year Admissions Consulting *

$20,000 – unlimited applications per admissions cycle (for class matriculating Fall 2015)

  • Eligible to any college applicant
  • Typically paid the spring/summer before applications are due, always in advance of services rendered

À la carte Consulting *

$1,000 retainer

$900/hr consulting fee

 

* Prices locked upon initial payment; effective March 1, 2015, prices will rise to $20,000 for senior year admissions consulting, $6,000 for the annual consulting fee and $900/hr for à la carte consulting

Learn more at http://abrome.com/college-admissions-consulting/services-pricing/

13 Responses to " Services & Pricing "

  1. tony says:

    Do you suppose that the top MBA schools will have some kind of bias toward applicants who are military officers?…I’m a Lieutenenant planning for graduate school.

    • Brent says:

      It’s not exactly “bias” but many top business schools are looking for candidates with demonstrated leadership ability. A successful military officer who can signal that ability in his or her essays and interview has a huge leg up on a generic ex-consultant or ex-investment banker. Several of my classmates in my MBA program (a top 5 school) were ex-military with lower than average GMAT scores.

    • Antonio Buehler says:

      If you are asking if schools will allow you to compete with slightly lower GPA or GMAT scores, then in a backward way, the answer is yes. But not because they are giving you bonus points for being military. You will be competing against military applicants for admission to business school, and the way they judge military applicants is a bit different than how they judge conventional candidates. As a military applicant, schools will lean much more heavily on your life experiences and demonstrated leadership abilities than they do on numbers.

      • Antonio Buehler says:

        As to what Brent said, the military members of my class at Stanford, and those at Harvard, tended to have lower scores than their peers from other industries. But this is not necessarily because there is a lower standard for military. I know of honor graduates from the Academies, JMOs with 750+ GMATs, and even former First Captains who were rejected from Stanford to make way for those with lower GPAs and GMATs.

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