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  • Lynn Frost (Friday, June 28 13 02:52 pm EDT)

    Dennis challenges students to think deeply and creatively while crafting their essays. I believe my son's essays are what got him over the hump to be accepted at his first choice college.

  • Michele Mettert (Thursday, April 25 13 11:30 am EDT)

    My son's soccer coach gave us Dennis's number to contact, and said he would
    be able to assist us with college for our son who is not the best
    but not the worst student. Dennis met with us and spoke
    with Nick and myself and my husband, looked over test scores,
    transcripts and asked all kinds of great questions. He took the
    information he had learned about our son and then went to work. Dennis
    researched colleges, went to visit them, and then came back to us with
    a list of colleges that he thought would be good fits for our son. We then went to visit
    a few of the ones he recommended and found the right fit for our son.
    Dennis has kept in contact checking in to see how he has adjusted to college
    life. Senior year is a very confusing time for students and parents, and Dennis made it so much easier. He found schools we didn't even know existed. We would recommend anyone
    with a senior or even a junior to contact Dennis; he is a god send. We
    will definitely use him for our other son who is currently a sophomore.

  • Joe Marciano (Thursday, April 11 13 09:10 pm EDT)

    I have just begun working with Dennis over the past several months for my daughter. The information and knowledge he has passed on to my daughter have set her on the right course to achieving her
    goal. The feedback from her search (colleges she has contacted) has been fabulous and extremely positive thanks to Dennis's guidance. I look forward to continuing utilizing this site and his services
    even further.

"Many years ago, Mr. Eller was instrumental in helping me get accepted to Northwestern University. Now, there isn't anyone else I would trust to advise our three teenagers in their college ambitions."
-- David Andrew, Skokie, Illinois, Northwestern 1992