Sixteen to eighteen year old students are grappling with the next steps in their education as they venture into adulthood. They are already swamped with AP classes and exams, SAT and ACT tests, athletics and extracurriculars when they're asked to tackle university applications. Not only do these applications not all require the same components, many have unique deadlines. Never having engaged with this process, students try various apps, books, programs and tutors to help, but it's not easing the stress and anxiety. In many cases, they're creating additional steps in the process rather than helping students. These students are only going to apply to undergraduate universities once. They need to be able to focus on what it is they want to do at university and beyond rather than whether they've submitted the right essay questions to the correct university by the required date.