*** From the Makers of Varsity Learning Tools - Best Education App - 2016 Appy Awards ***
Varsity Tutors’ SAT Prep app for iPhone and iPad demystifies studying for this intimidating college entrance exam. Our app developers utilize professionally written questions to imitate the rigorous level of testing that the real exam provides.
The SAT Prep app for iPhone and iPad features comprehensive test and study content for the SAT’s Math, Critical Reading, and Writing sections. Break down your time spent studying by focusing on an SAT subject, or take timed, full-length tests to assess your general aptitude. Receive feedback analyzing your strengths in a variety of testing areas, from determining context-dependent meanings in reading passages to finding an inverse variation, and easily share your results with your friends, parents, or tutor.
Unlike the optional ACT Writing sub-test, the SAT Writing section is mandatory. Hone your skills by studying subject-verb agreement, conjunctions, modifier placements, and proper word usage using the SAT Prep app’s flashcard library. Or, create your own flashcards using a variety of methods, like recording the answers or taking pictures of visual cues, to keep your study materials engaging and helpful. In addition, track your past scores and progress through the app’s Tests Taken feature.
Students studying for both the 2015 and 2016 SAT exams can find useful information and tools at their fingertips, and the app can be easily adapted to fit the changes to the 2016 SAT. You’ll need to test your best for your future success, and the SAT Prep app for iPhone and iPad can help you prepare.
- Bug fixes and stability improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Good but has errors
The questions are generally good but once in a while there are errors in the tests as well as explanations. Some errors I’ve seen are: 1. omitting parentheses when they should be there. (x+y)/z vs x+y/z are not the same but were treated the same in the question. 2. Spelling errors such as “lose” vs “loose.” You do not “loose” five points, you “lose” them.
Additionally, some questions are so poorly worded and missing info that you will be scratching your head in frustration.
I would not recommend to someone who struggles in math. You don’t need the headache. It’s okay for those who are relatively confident and can spot errors in the app.
Need an offline mode!!!
The app is great. It's free. Helpful explanation. But it should have an option to download content for offline using.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.