My online admissions courses make you a stronger candidate
What Do I Do For You?
Hi My name is Don Osborne, founder of INQUARTA. I have dedicated over 20 years learning and testing the absolute best methods and techniques for getting accepted to graduate school, including medical, dental, MBA, and other graduate programs.
I re-engineered the entire admissions process to give you every single advantage possible, from the very early stages all the way to the last acceptance letter, and I have taken everything I learned and made it all available to you, conveniently here on this site.
My online courses help you to turn the whole admissions process on its head, exploiting every step of the way so that you can be assured that you have done everything possible to make yourself the strongest, most compelling, most attractive applicant possible.
For many years, I have been frustrated by stories from my students — stories of awful, discouraging advice from advisors who are supposed to help you, and stories of students spending thousands of dollars on consulting that they couldn’t afford. That’s why I made all of my online courses as affordable as possible — from as low as $7.
You will learn how to experience greater confidence, commitment and clarity about who you need to be and what you need to do to truly stand out as an applicant. Time and again, I’ve seen students overcome some major, seemingly impossible challenges and get accepted, and I know you can get in too!
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