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Grade 12 students who plan to apply to 2 schoolsGet Started
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Students who are in grade 9-12, taking a gap year, or first year university students who are looking to get accepted to top universities & secure funding. All students that are studying in Canada, including permanent residents, are eligible.
The consultation will give you an idea of where you can get admitted based on your resume, academics, and experience.
We will review your experience and goals and create an action-based plan for you to use to succeed as you enter your senior years.
If you are a good fit for GrantMe, and you’re the type of student who we can get great results with, then we will also share what GrantMe’s program looks like & the tuition fee to join our programs.
The call is free and it is designed to give you a clear plan and an idea of the opportunities available to you. If you are a fit for our consulting programs and we think that we can help you achieve results, then we will let you know. If that’s the case, we will go over the tuition to get started. If we’re not a fit for you, we’ll be up front about that and let you know.
No. GrantMe is not a scholarship. We are an online educational consulting program that supports students in getting accepted into top universities, maximizing how much funding they can receive, and we provide tailored scholarship matches for you to apply for. We also provide support for university admissions by providing the tools and resources students need to get into their top choice schools such as: application editing, workshops, 1-1 support & more.
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