Key Research Program

Have you seen any application files prepared by other students for boarding schools, Ivy League, and for medical schools? This program is also important for college and graduate students. Their long lists of activities and awards will shrink your heart that has been shrunk already. Their high GPA and near-perfect SAT and ACT may be incomparable to yours. However, don’t worry! We can guide you through our proven strategies for standing out from numerous applicants with science and research activities. In that respect, your activity list related to science and research is the most attractive point for catching the eyes of college admission officers. It is true for a job interview, too.
Since the admissions committee members are comprised of professors who are trained in research and science projects, their eyes should naturally stick to your list and think, “what type of research has this student been doing?”


You will become an expert in the scientific field in terms of research methodology with high confidence and motivation. You will participate in science fairs such as Regeneron International Science Fair, Genius Olympiad, Toshiba Exploration, and other local school fairs according to your choice of yours. Your data will be presented at the annual meeting of professional associations and societies, and you can publish your research in journals with your contribution. It is your data, literally! Further, your internship hours are accumulated while you are working with us here. Essay topics and interview materials will be prepared exceptionally. Your research project can be supervised remotely
through online with our team.


Phase 1: Interest restoration, article search and reading published materials, brainstorming, lab skill training, and project selection.
Phase 2: Hypothesis setup, acquisition of experimental materials, preparation of instruments, reagents, and lab supplies, trainings on animal care and management skills.
Phase 3: Experiment execution, data summary and analysis, statistical treatment, and hypothesis comparison.
Phase 4: Thorough training for writing and presentation, technical writing for poster, and journal presentation.
Phase 5: Buildup of philosophical views of science, networking, and preparation for transitioning to professional scientists.


After registering, students usually visit the STEM Science Center once a week and stay for 2 hours while doing their individualized science projects. They will take the scientific steps described above. It takes at least 6 months and less than 12 months to complete their projects, though some variation should be expected according to the individual projects and students’ abilities. Experienced mentors will supervise and guide thoroughly their projects based on their initial research plan.

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Peter Kim went to the University of Pennsylvania!

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