SAT Vocab Flashcards
Boost your SAT score with SAT Vocab Flashcards!
Having a strong vocabulary will increase your score for the Critical Reading and Writing sections of the SAT, which account for 2/3 of the total points on the test. With features that allow you to customize your learning experience, SAT Vocab Flashcards will strengthen your understanding of the 1000 most commonly seen words on the SAT. A study tool that allows you to practice SAT vocabulary anytime, anywhere on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad, SAT Vocab Flashcards is a must-have for all students preparing for the SAT.
1000 Words, Definitions, Sentences and Audio Pronunciations
For the first time, Harvard undergraduates have compiled a list of 1000 vocabulary words most commonly seen on the SAT. Presented with stunning graphics and animations, all 1000 words are accompanied by their part of speech, definition, sample sentence and audio pronunciation. All of the content in this application have been written by students of Harvard College. With a team of over 20 dedicated students trained to tutor the SAT, HSA Tutoring is pleased to announce the beginning of a series of SAT applications, SAT Vocab Flashcards.
Better yet, SAT Vocab Flashcards is available for just $0.99 for a limited time!
Available today for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. Just search for SAT Vocab Flashcards in the App Store and look for the Harvard Student Agencies name!
Your App: Study How You Want
In portrait mode, you can study the words in the form of spiral notebook! Flip through pages, and mark the word either correct or incorrect depending on how you do. If you like landscape mode better, just flip your phone and you'll be presented with a stack of 3 x 5 notecards to flip through. Every time you mark a word correct or incorrect, the app records it so you can track your progress.
Create Folders to Customize Your Experience
SAT Vocab Flashcards provides students with the ability to create custom sets of words. Simply select the "Add to Folder" button and add the current word to an existing folder or create a new folder.
In the "Folders" section of the app, you can remove individual words from your folders and view your current number of correct and incorrect words.
Since 1000 words is a lot, the app allows you to search through the stack and effortlessly jump around.