Top 7 Apps for the College Application Process

We all want to the college application process to be easier, the main reason for the UnMaze.Me website! Fortunately, there are also some great apps out there that can help you through the college application process... here are the 7 top rated apps every student should have!

C'reer App

1. C'reer App- The C'reer app matches students with their college choice by taking a quick 5-7 minute personality test which indicates what career they would be best at. From there, the app shows universities and colleges that have the majors to obtain the career, and then connects students to admission representatives from that school. 

2. Scholly App- Without fail, every parent and student conversation I have asks the question, "Where do I look for scholarships?". The Scholly app, as shown on Shark Tank, asks a series of questions and formulates what scholarships are worth applying for. For the few dollar charge, it does not "sell" your information and you are not bombarded with ads.

3. Prep4SAT- The Prep4SAT app helps study for the SAT on their own time. Their lessons and practice sets makes studying manageable for busy students. It also contains analytics to see the student's improvement over the course of the app.

4. Prep4ACT- Similar to the SAT version, this app gives over 60 lessons, 1,000 flashcards, and 1,000 practice questions. After a brief diagnostic, the app customizes a course for each student's needs.

5. Common Application AppCommon App onTrack is a companion tool to the Common Application, a application that is used by over 700 colleges throughout the United States. Common App onTrack helps you stay on track with what you need to successfully complete your college applications. You can view each deadline and submission status, add and invite recommenders, and create your own list of reminders and task.

6. Schoold College Search- is the #1 free college search app; offering counseling and future planning tools. Find colleges, universities, scholarships; receive counseling advice on college applications, financial aid, majors, and careers that are relevant to you. 

7. Institutional Apps: Universities throughout the country have their own apps that tell a lot of useful information about the school, what is happening on-campus, and official videos. Following your top universities will give you more information to make your college decision!