Guest post by Jacob Pullen.

Admithub is a startup company that makes software to help set up high school students with a university that matches their interests. To test out their newly made software they need students to help them improve and adjust what they do. What they do is ask questions and with the answers they come up with different universities that match that individual. Admithub users do not have to be any specific age, just as long as they have had some high school experience.


Their studies show that students were interested and took a long time when answering the questions on their website. They then made it possible for students to receive texts from a robot asking questions in a friendly way. Students were then compelled to send the survey because they could answer on their phones with short and easy answers, taking up little time.

The bot is a very cool feature and works very well for the most part. Many questions are very straightforward and ask about school, grades, extracurriculars and thoughts on colleges. When done with the survey it then links students to their website to check out college options. While operating from the website students are able save the colleges they like and skip over the ones they are uninterested in. It also shows all of the universities stats and how the students stats matchup. Admithub is a great and easy way for students to be matched up with universities they are currently working on adding new features to their robot.

My dad mentors at Techstars and talked with the guys at Admithub. They told my dad that they needed high school students and that’s when and why I went to meet with them. I was nervous to work with them at first because they are a company full of adults and I am only a Sophomore in highschool. When I saw their bot and website, I thought what they did was very helpful and cool. The process was simple and not too time consuming. Meeting the guys and getting interviewed was fun.


Jacob is working with Admithub this summer and wanted to provide a review.


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