• “I used Vanessa Wang’s editing service in 2015 when I applied for the Sea Grant Knauss Fellowship, which only accepts 60 fellows in the United States each year. As a non-native speaker, I had many experiences of having my works edited by native speakers, either by my advisor, my classmates, or by the Writing Center at the University of Maryland, yet Vanessa’s work was the best among all of them. She not only corrected my typos and grammar errors, but also rewrote many sentences to make the article smoother and easier to read. Her outstanding editing might stem from her trilingual background and the fact that she had an M.S in engineering. She understood my ‘writing accent’ (yes, your writing style exposes your native tongue) and the scientific facts I wished to convey. Together, we spent a lot of time and effort revising my application materials. After many back and forth rounds, my resume and personal statement were completely transformed. I’m happy to say that I received the extremely competitive fellowship. I deeply appreciate Vanessa’s hard work, and I highly recommend her editing service, especially to people whose native language is Mandarin or STEM majors.” —Ms. Slater, Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Maryland and Sea Grant Knauss Fellow
  • I highly recommend Vanessa. She edited my Statement of Purpose for my application to the Master of Library and Information Science program at the University of Washington. She was prompt and professional throughout. Vanessa is multilingual so we could communicate easily in either English or Mandarin. She supported me to achieve my goal of receiving the graduate school admission, and was a pleasure to work with. I recommend her without hesitation! —Min-I Chou, Master of Library and Information Science candidate, University of Washington