Project Information


Great college guidance is founded on affordable and personalized college counseling. GetAccepted’s model allows high school students get 1 on 1 counseling, personalized coaching, and access to its online research portal. By providing virtual college admissions consulting from former admissions officers, GetAccepted helps students get into top colleges. From application help to scholarship access and even getting into an ivy, GetAccepted is the go-to resource for every step in the process.


GetAccepted needed to find the right tech partner that understood lean methodology and who could help achieve both the short term and long term goals of the company. In the short term GetAccepted knew it needed to build a working process. Zibtek was the perfect fit for Brooks, as a non technical founder looking to do big things with in the tech space. The long term goal of getting acquired by another company in the education technology industry was achieved through the build of this new product.


GetAccepted knew that it needed a completely scalable solution if it was going to be acquired by another company. Brooks Morgan, the Founder of GetAccepted, was eager to prove that his company had a sizable space in the education technology market. Turns out, he was right! By leveraging this software, GetAccepted was acquired by The Princeton Review, earlier this year.


Using our extensive background in lean website development, we were able to help GetAccepted scale up in a agile way by using some off the shelf solutions in addition to custom software development.


Zibtek is pleased to have worked with GetAccepted to build a product that will bring value to so many in the education technology space. Building this solution lead to the acquisition of GetAccepted and can now be utilized by and even larger market for less than half the cost of traditional admissions counseling. This new technology, coupled with GetAccepted’s College Coaches, take care of all the time-consuming, process oriented work so consultants are freed up to spend more time working with students. Read more about the aquisition here.