Shmoop’s College Planning Tool and Resume Builder allow students to find the right colleges and prepare their application materials so they can end up where they want to be: at their dream college and ready to land their ideal job.
There’s no secret formula for students to get in to their dream college, but Shmoop, a digital publishing company that aims to make learning fun, comes close. An entire section of Shmoop (http://www.shmoop.com), called College 101, is devoted to providing honest and insightful information to prospective college students, all the way from defining their interests and choosing colleges to preparing the application and finding financial aid.
And now Shmoop has two new tools to make the process even more seamless.
Shmoop’s College Planning Tool asks students a series of questions: Do they want to be Division I athletes? Are they city or country folk? Have they already sold their first startup? And of course, what are their SAT® and ACT® scores? Based on their interests, test scores, and general financial outlook, Shmoop then compiles a personalized list of safety, target, and reach schools. Shmoop also provides cost-effectiveness ratings of these schools to be sure everyone gets the best bang for their buck. Students can then learn more about each school…all within the confines of Shmoop.
Once they’ve chosen which schools they’ll apply to, students will need to prepare killer applications. Shmoop already offers a College Application Essay Lab and dozens of articles about the application process—and now it will help students build their resumes, too. Shmoop’s new Resume Redux is like Mad Libs™ for resumes: students fill in the blanks, and Shmoop spits out a fancy, formatted resume.
With all these tools combined, students who Shmoop are guaranteed* to be accepted by the colleges—and jobs—of their dreams. (*Guarantee not guaranteed.)
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