a) SAT techniques are available via video and mobile phone apps
b) students can also scan batches of SAT test prep questions, looking for the items that they don't know how to do. They could then take a photo of the questions and send the questions to a test prep instructor who could then make a video to explain the answers. I've used this to help students who couldn't attend my SAT classes at Broward College.
In other words, the students don't have to meet in a room to get the tips and the practice.
The answers to how to complete the questions
are in a video on DVD but many of them could also be posted on the Internet.
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I'm all about making things easy, and when it comes to studying for the SAT, you just can't get any easier than downloading the best iPhone apps for the SAT.
Below are the best iPhone apps for the SAT, listed in random order. If you have a few iPhone apps for the SAT or another standardized test not listed below, then by all means, post them here!
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