How to Find the Perfect Scholarship with Android Scholly

You don’t need me to tell you how expensive college can be. What can you do in such a case? Well, I might have the ideal solution for you! Android Scholly is an easy way to find scholarships for high school seniors, current undergraduates, as well as for graduate students. Yes, Scholly’s adaptive matching engine is able to offer smarter, targeted lists of scholarships.

Christopher Gray developed this app so that high school, college and graduate students can easily find more ways to pay for college. Gray himself won no less than $1.3 million in scholarships to pay for his degree, so don’t hesitate to use this app to follow his example and your dreams.

Scholly is here to help you, not to waste your precious time with random scholarships that you do not qualify, not to mention that deadlines are updated as soon as they are available and scholarships that no longer exist are constantly removed from the apps’ generous database.

How to Find the Perfect Scholarship with Scholly:

  1. For the start, you have to take the app from here;
  2. Install it on your Android device;
  3. Sign up;
  4. Then, you have to enter your basic information like race, GPA, as well as gender;
  5. The apps searches its database of over 20,000 scholarships;
  6. Up next, it displays only the ones for which you truly qualify;
  7. Then, note that app provides lists of scholarships without ads and gives useful tips for how to win scholarships in a new tips section.

While the app is available for $.99, the company is focusing its efforts to on corporate sponsorships and bulk purchases by the government and by various educational institutions as well. Christopher Grey, CEO and Co-Founder of Scholly is aware of the fact that that these deals are ideal as long as they make the scholarship search process as simple as possible.

In addition to government purchases, Grey officially declared that more than 100 high schools have purchased the app for their students. In return, Scholly provides the institutions statistics on the app’s real usage, as well as scholarship acceptance rates from the school’s students.

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