IntelliVocab: SAT, GRE, and GMAT Flash Cards Now Available for Android
Getting ready to take the SAT’s? Before hitting the books, grab your phone and get the IntelliVocab application. IntelliVocab, designed by students at MIT, is a full vocab “flash card” suite that helps you fully prepare for tests like the SAT’s, GRE’s, and GMAT’s. This application uses machine learning algorithms that tell the application to increase the words or go over frequently missed words. At the end of each study session, IntelliVocab will give you a score based on your answers which helps you and the application to justify how much more studying you need to reach your full potential on these exams.
IntelliVocab has been a top educational application in Apple’s App Store and is not available for a free download in the Android Marketplace (and download below). If you havent taken these exams yet, will you use this application to study? And if you have taken the exams, would you have like this application to be around before you took them? Leave your comments below or on our Facebook wall.
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