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PSAT Language Review
iOS iPhone Education
The PSAT Language Review application helps you prepare for the vocabulary, critical reading, and writing portions of the PSAT test. With this application, you’ll learn not only necessary vocabulary and English content to score well on the PSAT, but you’ll get insider testing tips, tricks, and strategies.
High School students know the importance of the PSAT! Getting a high school diploma helps you prepare for the SAT for college admission, but a high PSAT score can also qualify you for National Merit status. To score well, you’ll bring your knowledge to the table, but also need a testing plan. That’s where the PSAT Language Review can help you. Focus on getting correct answers and avoiding common PSAT testing pitfalls. Best of all, preparation is quick and fun using an app. Work at your own pace, carry the app anywhere you go, practice PSAT questions, and get testing tips from an audio lecture.
The PSAT Language Review includes:
Over 150 minutes of detailed audio review lectures that focus on the main points of each unit. Thirteen in-depth units that focus on various aspects of PSAT Language. More than 400 multiple choice questions to help you prepare for test day.
More than 300 flash cards to test your knowledge of critical content. Data analysis that tracks and evaluates your progress.
Major Topics Discussed:
Getting to Know the PSAT
Common Vocabulary, Part 1
Common Vocabulary, Part 2
Prefixes, Roots, Confusing Words
Critical Reading Strategies
Short Reading Passages
Long Reading Passages
Common Grammar Problems
*SAT and PSAT are trademarks either owned or registered by the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse this product.
This application was produced by Curt Simmons. Curt Simmons, M.Ed, is an English education and technology expert. Curt has taught high school for many years and developed custom courseware for major U.S. companies. He has also written numerous online college courses, and he is the author of more than 80 general computing and technology books. He most enjoys teaching and learning.
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