Previous Years Acceptance Letters

Solomon Admissions Consulting has a proven track record of getting clients accepted into some of the best and most prestigious schools. By way of proof, we ask willing clients for screenshots or scans of their acceptance letters, and many are happy to oblige.

These acceptance letters serve as both proof that we've succeeded in our goal and an endorsement from happy clients. From here you can navigate to acceptance letters from previous admission cycles. 

Prior Admissions Cycles

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2021 - 2022 Admissions Cycle (Most Recent)

We've redacted any personal information from over 50 acceptance letters from top schools forwarded on to us by our clients. These letters are the most concrete evidence we have of our previous successes.

2020 - 2021 Admissions Cycle

We've redacted any personal information from over 50 acceptance letters from top schools forwarded on to us by our clients. These letters are the most concrete evidence we have of our previous successes.

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2019 - 2020 Admissions Cycle

We've redacted any personal information from over 50 acceptance letters from top schools forwarded on to us by our clients. These letters are the most concrete evidence we have of our previous successes.

2018 - 2019 Admissions Cycle

We've redacted any personal information from over 50 acceptance letters from top schools forwarded on to us by our clients. These letters are the most concrete evidence we have of our previous successes.

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2017 - 2018 Admissions Cycle

We've redacted any personal information from over 50 acceptance letters from top schools forwarded on to us by our clients. These letters are the most concrete evidence we have of our previous successes.

2016 - 2017 Admissions Cycle

We've redacted any personal information from over 50 acceptance letters from top schools forwarded on to us by our clients. These letters are the most concrete evidence we have of our previous successes.

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