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This is an app for students to help each other in a way that eliminates
the stress, drama, and limitations of depending on the social
framework. It’s great to have helpful friends and make connections
with others, but all students know what it’s like to have trouble
understanding a concept, reading or assignment in school and be faced
with the “who do I text? Does that person consider me a friend? Have
a done them enough favors to deserve to be able to ask this question?”
It’s time for a tool that provides a safe, anonymous option for brief
interaction between students for temporary, isolated questions-andanswers (not conversations, forums, etc).
Isn’t it time that help was available in a venue that uses anonymity to
neutralize the potentially blocking social aspects, while still being quick
and convenient – and also encouraging selfless acts of help to others?
Better yet, this tool smartly matches your question to the best app users
who may be able to answer it. Safely using your information behind the
scenes (WITHOUT revealing any of it to anyone, EVER) …. The app uses
things like your current grade, your current school (sometimes), the
subject of your question (like Geometry, English, etc), and whether or
not other app users have self-identified as being particularly
knowledgeable or skilled in that specific subject … In order to pair your
question up with the other app users best positioned to answer it, and
then solicits them to answer.
Users who do a great job answering questions – either by quality or a
combination of quality & volume – are rated highly, may continue using
the app’s services, and have the option – at their discretion – of having
their real identity advertised on the splash page of the app as being a
STAR of a particular day, week, month or school. (We never do this
without their explicit permission).
We are working on ways to make usage of the app even more
meaningful to the future of student users. Coming soon, hopefully, we
want to provide some option for documentation of participation in this
peer-to-peer resource service so that users can (if they choose), refer to
the service they provided others and document that on resumes, job or
college applications, or other career- and qualification-related profiles.
KEEP USING THE APP – ITS ACCURACY ACTUALLY IMPROVES WITH
MORE USE AND A LARGE USER BASE!
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