GrahamMe – An Innovative Way for People to Win College Scholarships

The idea of student loan debt can be pretty terrifying — especially considering the average 2016 college graduate left school owing more than $37,000 for their education. And the harsh reality is, the price of higher education is continuing to increase year after year. Federal student loans can be a great way for students to get help paying for school, but they don’t always cover the entire cost, and depending on the college, students are graduating with tens of thousands of dollars in debt — with no chance of paying it off anytime soon.

But here’s the good news: While the cost of college isn’t getting any cheaper, there are several ways to make it cheaper for yourself. We’ve discovered an amazing app that can help you win college scholarships. So, this review covers a highly innovative app called GrahamMe.

What is GrahamMe?

GrahamMe is categorized in the Entertainment section of the App Store, bringing users an innovative way to get rid of student loan debts and winning college scholarships. It increases the chances of earning and allows the student’s friends and family the opportunity to win one for themselves every 15 days.

How does it work?

All users of GrahamMe deserve a chance to earn the scholarship token after score reset deadline. To do so, each user gets the same amount of play time per hour to eliminate inequality. A user’s rank is based on their rating/points. After you install the app, first you have to submit a Graham (a gift) Then, 5 random players will view the graham you submitted, give it a rating, and create a phrase (their thoughts) that best describes a scenario for that particular Graham. Read other user’s thoughts once they arrive in your package of phrases and pick one that best fits. When the challenge is finished, if the combined rating of both gif and phrase is a 9 or higher, they will go to the Top Challenge and Graham Lounge and have the chance to earn a scholarship.

Instead of submitting gifts, you can also submit phrases and see how other users interpret your thoughts through Grahams and have yourself rated. You can download this fantastic app for free from the App Store and Invite friends & family to play.

 

The idea of student loan debt can be pretty terrifying — especially considering the average 2016 college graduate left school owing more than $37,000 for their education. And the harsh reality is, the price of higher education is continuing to increase year after year. Federal student loans can be a great way for students to get help paying for school, but they don’t always cover the entire cost, and depending on the college, students are graduating with tens of thousands of dollars in debt — with no chance of paying it off anytime soon. But here’s the good news: While…
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