CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Aug. 15, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- inli.ne (https://inli.ne), the first tool to offer in-browser, on-demand help with the Common Application®, is available to students starting today. The easy-to-install Chrome browser extension, which launches automatically when a student logs in to the Common App®, can be downloaded at http://inli.ne.
inli.ne was created by former college admissions officers Anna Ivey and Alison Cooper Chisolm to demystify the Common App®. It offers hints, tips and sample essays for both the core Common App® questions and for the 650+ colleges that use the Common App® for their college-specific supplements, including competitive colleges such as Harvard, Stanford, Yale, Princeton, Duke, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, University of Chicago and Brown.
inli.ne also offers "inli.ne INTEL," which provides an inside look at how a college admissions officer reviews application essays, and insight on how to make essays stand out. In addition, now that colleges give applicants so much choice about which test scores to report, inli.ne's Test Score Selector tool advises students on which standardized test scores are most advantageous to report, and which ones to leave out.
"inli.ne is the distillation of years of experience advising students on how to navigate the Common App," said Anna Ivey, co-founder and CEO of CommonCoach, Inc., the makers of inli.ne. "The Common App is a wonderful tool, but completing it can actually be a complicated process that benefits from some strategy and good advice. inli.ne is like having a college admissions coach sitting right beside you as you complete the application, helping you when you need it most."
"With inli.ne, we're hoping to level the playing field when it comes to college applications," said Alison Cooper Chisolm, co-founder and COO of CommonCoach. "By creating a digital tool that's available to anyone with an internet connection, we're providing help for students who may not have access to an admissions coach, and supporting school counselors in their efforts to make sure that each student has the right information to be successful with their college applications."
inli.ne is being offered at a special promotional price of $99, which allows a student access for one complete admissions cycle. inli.ne also offers special modules for non-traditional students, including U.S. military veterans, home-schooled students, and international students. Licensing programs are available for schools and community-based organizations. Packages are also available for college admissions consultants. inli.ne can be purchased at https://inli.ne.
inli.ne was created to level the playing field in college admissions by offering on-demand, in-browser help with the Common Application®, supporting students when they need it most: while actually completing their applications. inli.ne is an easy-to-install Chrome browser extension that can be accessed by any student with an internet connection, supporting the work of college counselors and admissions consultants by ensuring that students have the right information to be successful with their college applications. inli.ne is a product of CommonCoach, Inc., which has offices in Cambridge, MA and Los Angeles, CA.
The Common Application®, Common Application®, and Common App® are registered trademarks of Common Application, Inc. inli.ne and CommonCoach, Inc. are not associated with Common Application, Inc.
Angela Wilson Gyetvan
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