Win a chance to receive FREE admissions essay editing!

 Good news for those of you who are applying to undergraduate or graduate schools! Our professional editors want to help you edit your draft personal statements and SOPs so that you can optimize your chances of getting accepted.


Undergrad and grad school applicants applying to US schools


Contest to receive FREE essay editing for one admissions document (SOP, personal statement, resume, etc.)


Now through December 7, 2016


To participate in this event, please do the following.

  1.  LIKE Wordvice’s Facebook page.
  2.  Copy and paste “I want Wordvice to edit my admissions documents!” or tag one of your friends (@NAME) and SHARE Facebook pinned post with that friend. (Make sure to change the privacy setting of your re-post to public.)
  3.  Send your admissions file to
  4.  TWO lucky participants will be announced each Monday.
    *File word count limit: 650 words

*Note: If you are selected to receive free admissions editing service from Wordvice, you will be asked to provide a brief review of our services and grant us permission to share that feedback for marketing purposes.

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Here are few samples from lucky Taiwan participants.

Editor: Kypros

This personal statement is well-written, readable, and positively portrays you. I edited your work for grammar and punctuation, to smooth out flow, fix awkward phrasing, improve tone, and chose alternate words and phrases for clarity and persuasiveness. I’ve also asked questions and comments where your further input could improve this even more.

The edited file:

Editor: Josh

Thanks so much for letting me help you with this statement of purpose.
Overall, you’ve presented yourself very well; however, your essay can use some specificity. By this, I mean that you should stick with one topic and really explain it in detail. This can be a research project – and be sure to focus on your results and analyses, rather than just the topic – or a related story, but the admissions committee is looking for specific experience, skills, and personality traits that match with their faculty and students. Thus, you need to explain in detail what you’ve done, what you’ve learned, and what you can contribute to their program.

The edited file: