As I remember, when you submit your Anderson application, you need to sign a pledge that you haven't received assistance from others in writing your essays. I think this probably means Anderson is against using a consultant when you write your essays.
I know! That is why I was looking for someone with insider knowledge that could help me with my overall strategy for UCLA and other schools - a friend of mine suggested an alum from UCLA - XXXXXXXXXXX - that has helped a lot so far and has a lot of knowledge about the school.
I am happy to share my findings about other consultants I spoke with in case this can help...
Hey Roni - what do you think you need a consultant for? I recommend going through UCLA Anderson's website, and reaching out to students. You will get quite a bit more information that way.
I also recommend this book, written by a consultant. It was really helpful in my application process:
The MBA Reality Check: Make the School You Want, Want You
By David Thomas and Evan Forster