That's 'app' as in college admissions applicationNow's the time high school seniors are starting to ramp up their college application process -- and it can be a daunting task. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on some high-tech tools that can help with everything from picking a school to applying for aid.
[MUSIC] There are thousands of colleges and universities in the United States. So how do you find one that's right for you? The website, Admittedly can help narrow down the possibilities by putting students through a series of questions to figure out the best matches. From there find admissions information about that school and your chances at getting in. LinkedIn also has a set of tools aimed at high school students to help them choose the right. School to set them up for good jobs in the future. Using the University Outcome Rankings feature students can search by desired career and see which schools produce the most and best grads in that field. Once a student has a short list of schools it's time to plan the campus visits. The free app Quad to Quad gives all the pertinent tour information. Or even route itineraries for students who wanna check out multiple schools in a region. And finally the free Scholarship Advisor app can help students find millions of dollars in scholarship money for college all in one place. In San Francisco, I am Carsi Boyes cnet.com for CBS News. [MUSIC]