David Jeon(Admissions Consultant)
B.A. University of Chicago M.A. Georgetown University M.A. Johns Hopkins University
David Jeon was born in Canada and grew up in the United States, where he received a B.A. in East Asian Languages and Civilizations from the University of Chicago. Later on, he received an M.A. in Asian Studies from Georgetown University and an M.A. in Political Science from Johns Hopkins University.
After graduating from Johns Hopkins, David moved to South Korea. With around nine years of experience in academic tutoring and admissions consulting, David has helped students gain admissions to many top universities. For example, Harvard Kennedy School, Cornell, University of Pennsylvania, UC Irvine, Emory University, Johns Hopkins University, the University of Colorado at Boulder, Middlebury College, and among many more for undergraduate and graduate levels.
David’s passion is to help students to show the admissions committee how they are talented. To do so, he will get to know the students and their interests to help construct one vivid, cohesive story to tell to admissions. David has a keen sense of what it takes to craft winning essays and ace admissions interviews. He is a native English speaker and is proficient in Korean and Mandarin.
- Opening Your Essay With A Quote
- Ending your essay with a “bang”
- Is “hard-working” good enough to be mentioned in an essay?
- In writing a personal statement, flattery gets you nowhere
- Say no to “Love”
- Crafting a Winning MCIT Personal Statement (1)
- Crafting a Winning MCIT Personal Statement (2)