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Are there any apps or websites that can help US kids prepare for their SATs?

Seeking Experience Apps , Education , Web 4 years ago
Holly Seddon admin
Holly Seddon
Editor-in-chief of Quib.ly
Kent, UK

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Dr Dylan Arena expert
Dr Dylan Arena Chief Learning Officer US

One good resource is EduPath:

http://www.edupath.com/

I know the founders well, and they have their heads on straight with respect to tutoring for the SAT. In particular, they strike a good balance between helping kids get the scores they want and helping kids figure out which colleges are right for them.

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Opinion 4 years ago
Cam Yick
Cam Yick Swimmer/Play Explorer US

Ryan, the CK12 resource is fascinating and I'd like to check it out. I've seen its non SAT prep resources, but I'm excited to check these out too.

In my preparation for the SATs, I focused primarily on paper based resources (a prep book from College Board and one from Barron's). However, I did find the following resources handy when I didn't have a prep book around

Free Kaplan Vocab iOS app: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/kaplan-sat-flashcubes/id300615175?mt=8

Freerice: Either for vocabulary or dedicated SAT prep: http://freerice.com/category

On a side note, the field I felt was least covered in schools was grammar/rules of English for the Editing and Revising sections. So a tool to hone those skills would be especially nice to find.

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