QuotEd’s unique possibilities for your LSAT, GMAT, GRE, SAT, ACT, or other exam study include:
* Brief explanations of all answer choices.
* Varying levels of difficulty, 1-5.
* Author and work for each quotation.
* Bank of quotations to memorize (pick 2 or 3!) for your exam essays or to look up for your admissions essays.
* “Favorites” button so you can save your favorite quotations or questions for friends!
* A 10-question quiz mode for when you have time for more than the daily question.
Unlike other app builders, we do not believe in tiered groups of paid users – everyone is a premium user for QuotEd. Our app could actually be a 250 page book, which would cost $30 if published in book form. Below, we describe how QuotEd can assist you specifically on some tests. You may certainly read all the descriptions, but please feel free to scroll down to the one you’re preparing for:
ACT prep: The ACT is a reading test, period. Even math depends upon your reading ability. On top of that, ACT reading sections test your ability to decipher writing styles from 4 different categories: Prose Fiction, Social Science, Humanities, & Natural Science. To help, QuotEd exposes you to HUNDREDS of different writing styles alongside repetition of the most common, confusingly phrased questions. This way, no writing style or question should scare you on test day. Further, seeing 5 answer choices instead of 4 will make the ACT’s answer choices seem like a breeze. Overload now, and enjoy a smoother ride on the real ACT test!
SAT prep: Loathe those mini-reading sections? Ever wonder how on Earth you’re supposed to handle the crazy “what does this completely asinine word mean in context” questions? Sick of hearing “If you want to improve your reading score, just read thousands of good books!” when you’re already a junior/senior? QuotEd has already helped two students score perfect 800’s on the SAT Critical Reading and helped other users raise their SAT reading scores hundreds of points. Plus, you’ll learn cool words because we’ve pulled our 35-75 word quotations from many of those “thousands of good books” you’re supposed to have read.
GMAT prep, LSAT prep, & GRE prep: Tired of boring prep materials that all seem to have the same paragraphs? Instead of fashioning dull paragraphs with minutely detailed elements, we share fantastic quotations from engaging works that you can use as you prepare for reading comprehension & critical/logical reasoning sections. Among other good reviews, Manhattan GMAT’s blog gave this glowing review: “It’s hard to find many great apps designed to help with reading comprehension in the App Store but QuotEd has a tremendous base of higher-level paragraphs and questions.”!
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Disclaimer: We doubt we’ll be able to keep writing questions to infinity, but we’ll keep rolling until the cows come home, whenever that should be.
This GRE course is built according to the new syllabus and is specially designed for studying and testing yourself on mobile. The course includes exhaustive study notes and a large set of practice questions along with detailed answers. The course also helps you brush up your vocabulary with 3500+ vocabulary flashcards
The content covers Verbal Reasoning, Math and Analytical Writing Skills section in complete detail. Each section is divided into study notes and practice tests having short tests with detailed questions and answers.
The key features of the course:
Word Pack: Over 3500 flashcards to help you improve your vocabulary on the go
Study Notes: Complete GRE syllabus of Verbal and Math in a concise format for you to learn quickly
Practice Tests: Exhaustive library of GRE level questions for you to practice
The app contains all kinds of sample questions that are asked in the GRE along with detailed solutions for them. Take Verbal (Reading Comprehension, Text Completion and Sentence Equivalence) and Math tests on your phones, get detailed answers to all the questions, analysis of your performance and a snapshot of your preparation level.
Take FREE quizzes and compete with your friends preparing for GRE exam.
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☞ More than 200 animated lessons (30 hours of video and audio)
☞ Covers all three sections (math, verbal, and writing)
☞ Track your progress as you study
☞ Watch GRE tutors solve practice problems
☞ Detailed explanation of every concept on the GRE
This free app provides access to a large sample of Magoosh’s popular lessons. Sign in with a Magoosh Premium account to get access to the full library, along with online practice questions and the rest of Magoosh’s GRE test prep program. See http://gre.magoosh.com for more information.
Who makes the lessons?
Magoosh’s expert tutors, Chris Lele, Dave Scalise, Brent Hanneson, and Mike McGarry. Each tutor has over a decade of experience teaching thousands of students in a variety of subjects, and they’re awesome people too.
What is Magoosh?
Magoosh is an online test prep company with a focus on teaching through videos and personalized customer support.
The Magoosh team blogs about GRE words, formulas, grammar, problem solving, quantitative reasoning, and reading comprehension along with GRE study guides and study tips. Articles from the blog have been compiled into 3 separate free ebooks with over 6,000 downloads. Check it out at http://magoosh.com/gre
What about practice questions?
When you’re ready to practice for the full Revised GRE exam, Magoosh’s full website has more than 700 excellent GRE Math and GRE Verbal practice questions, each with its own detailed video explanation. After you take a practice quiz, you can review your answers to see your strengths and weaknesses. Visit http://gre.magoosh.com for more information.
What about other tests?
Magoosh also has apps for GMAT Prep and English grammar. Search the store for “magoosh gmat” or “magoosh english” to find them!
How do I contact you?
Customer satisfaction is incredibly important to us. If you have any questions or comments, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-855-MAGOOSH and we’ll get back to you as quickly as we can. If you’re outside the US, you can also reach us at +1-510-214-0212
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This GRE Tutor brings the best scientifically proven way to learn and retain GRE’s most important word list in your memory for your GRE prep. Remember the basic principle of learning when you were a kid, this Pictionary brings the same so that learning becomes painless for you.
Best learning and revision technique implemented in GRE pattern oriented Quiz such that for 1st wrong attempt, a hint of a sentence is given, for 2nd corresponding image will be shown and even then if user answers incorrectly then synonyms are shown so that he can select the right meaning and statistics are also kept to motivate the user.
1. Most probable and toughest 600 GRE Words.
2. Categorically Divided - Beginner, Advance, Moderate on the basis of their occurrence frequency in the previous years GRE exam. Free Version will be having Beginner Category for free. Buy the full version to unlock the two categories.
3. On average 3-4 images with corresponding sentence to show the user precise meaning and use of word.
4. Recent History and Favorites options for vocabulary boosting.
GRE FlashCards :
1. Difficulty level wise division of word in decks each having 20 words.
2. Firstly word is shown and then user is supposed to guessed its meaning.
3. When word is tapped, word flips and its meaning and images with sentences appears.
4. User is then supposed to select that after how much time he wants to see this word again.
5. The above point is basically the very popular Spaced Repetition Technique of Learning. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spaced_repetition)
6. If users selects 2 days that means he has mastered this word, if 10 minutes then he/she wants to revise it but after some time and if 2 minutes, then he/she finds it important/difficult and wants to see it again quickly.
7. After selecting one from the three options, next word appears and it keeps going on.
For each deck, a status of mastered words is maintained so that user could know and move to next deck when the current deck is mastered.
Last-Minute Learning Method
1. It is a very famous technique of learning vocabulary when the exam is very near and still a lot of words are left to learn. It has been used for learning different different languages vocab too.
2. A list of 20 word appears with each word having its meaning in a row.
3. User clicks on Start Learning and then a list containing those 20 words appears.
4. User is supposed to guess the meaning of a word and then swipe it to see the actual meaning.
5. If user guesses correctly then he/she should mark it correct otherwise incorrect.
6. All unattempted or incorrect marked words will appear in next list.
7. It will keep on going until user has mastered full gre verbal.
If user refers this vocab booster to his friend and they installs it using the referred link then user is rewarded on the basis of number of successful refers.
Referring to :
1 Friend : Unlocks Moderate in Words (Referral Level : 2)
2 Friends : Unlocks Moderate of FlashCard and Last-Minute Learning (Referral Level : 3)
3 Friends : Unlocks Advanced in Words (Referral Level : 4)
4 Friends : Unlocks Advanced of FlashCard and Last-Minute Learning (Referral Level : 5)
So basically this Vocab Trainer is equivalent to a teacher who is teaching you meaning of every word by using high quality illustrations and also giving you hints if you are wrong.
Preparation study guide for College entrance exams. Learn more than 4000 vocabulary words for GRE, SAT, PSAT, ACT, & GMAT exams (English). The Top 4000 GRE/SAT Vocab Flashcards are study guide which reinforces knowledge and skill requirements that can help prepare you for exams.
Learn GRE Vocabulary in a painless and efficient way.
* most common GRE words with meaning and examples
* traditional word cards
* Excellent word search facility
* Words are randomly presented on the screen.
* You can choose the words starting from a alphabet or you can seach from search screen to master the GRE Vocab.
This is a great Vocab builder to improve your vocan for exams such as GRE, SAT, PSAT, ACT, & GMAT. and let you learn on the go.
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Features of GRE/SAT/GMAT Vocab FlashCards :
1. Root Words - Upto 4000 roots with example words(Very useful for GRE GMAT SAT & CAT aspirants).
2. A huge collection of powerful and important words(very helpful for students appearing for GRE, SAT, GMAT, CAT, etc.)
3. A great tool for GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, SAT, MBA, CAT and other Competitive Exams aspirants for preparing English Vocabulary/English Wordlist.
4. Very useful to learn GRE vocabulary/GRE wordlist/English Vocabulary/English Wordlist
5. PowerVocab is specifically helpful for students of SAT, GRE, GMAT, and ASVAB, who are looking to substantially enhance their vocabulary into top tier. This app lets you build a lifelong critical skill without paying thousands of dollars.
The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) and Graduate Record Examination (GRE) are both essential in getting into competitive colleges. Our online games are great tool to help you refresh and enhance your vocabulary and prepare you to get that great score on either exam. Have fun, enjoy, and good luck!
SAT vocabulary testing is assessed in several sections of this pre-college exam, although none of sections fall under the actual heading of 'vocabulary'. The College Board SAT, which was first introduced in the U.S. in 1901, has undergone name, grading and category changes several times in the past one hundred plus years.
SAT vocabulary proficiency comes into play in two sections that make up the SAT exam, critical reading and writing. Adequate reading comprehension depends quite a bit on the reader's ability to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words from the context in which they're found.
The designers of the test know that if a student is going to do well in college that they must have a reasonably good command of English vocabulary. Otherwise, they will be handicapped when it comes to reading through the various textbooks and communicating their thoughts and ideas fluidly.
It's important for high school students planning to take the SAT test to start building their vocabulary early on, as this isn't something you can do overnight. One of the best ways to do this is to read, read, and read. Read fiction, non-fiction, newspapers, magazines, online, etc. When you run across words you don't know either look them up immediately or jot them down and look them up later. Spend some time on this EVERY DAY. Make it a habit.
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Practice challenging questions on the subjects of Reading Comprehension, Text Completion, Sentence Equivalence, Antonyms & Analogies with this easy-to-use app. Choose whether to view the explanations after each question. When you are finished, you can retake the entire series of questions.
PRACTICE TEST: GRE VERBAL app uses adaptive learning technology that recalibrates the questions you see based on your performance. It also tracks your cumulative performance, which is clearly displayed on the home screen. This allows you to see your progress over time and target your studies to the topics that are most difficult for you.
This app is entirely FREE! So be sure to check it out now!
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Words in GRE are very limited and memorizing a few words helps you a lot.
You don't have to learn all the words, just concentrate on the important ones.
1. Frequently asked exams in competitive exams.
2. Frequently updated.
3. GRE Quantitative tips.
- Helpful for various Aptitude exams
- 4000+ words
- Central repository for high frequency words
- History menu to track studied words
- Mylist menu to save important vocabulary
- Text-to-speech engine helps to hear proper pronunciation
- This app is totally free and doesn't contain in-app purchase
- App doesn't contain ads
App also has a widget version, which allow you to place our widget on home screen for quick learning.
With collection of extensive list of important words, it would help SAT/GRE/GMAT/CAT aspirants and also individual who are looking to improve their English vocabulary
Apps Feature list:
1. Collection of 3500+ words for GRE
2. Flagged word collection, to mark words to be quick reference later
3. Allow to set the difficultly level for each word
4. Sorting words list ( based on Alphabetically, Flagged, UnRead, or Difficulty level order)
5. Search word matching pattern
6. Statistics(display the graph on the progress of reading)
7. (Mark for next launch)Bookmark a word to be displayed first item in list on next launch for each letter
8. Listen to word and meaning( require installation of TTS )
9. Revise Word List mode (by enabling the hide meaning option)
1. Access to complete word list using the navigation control in widget(Next and Previous button)
2. Search option from widget.
3. Set word for a widget of your choice -> To set the word of your choice in the widget , open the search from widget the search the required word ,then from the list on long press(context menu) you can set the word for widget using "set to widget" option.
If you have any suggestion or improvement to discuss...please write to us at email@example.com, we would try to incorporate your suggestion
- Based on our best-selling book, this app will help you master the words you need to know to succeed on the verbal section of the GRE.
- This free starter application includes 30 “essential” words most commonly seen on the exam as well as 5 unique exam questions to test your word knowledge.
- The flash card format gives you a quick and efficient way to study the words you don’t know and file away the words you do. Each flash card contains the vocabulary word on the front, and its part of speech, definition, and sample sentence/s on the back.
- Flash cards can be filed into either the “Mastered” box or the “Unknown" and ” Known" boxes for future vocab review.
- An interactive quiz allows you to choose your test size and review answers immediately or when you complete the exam.
Need a more intensive GRE review? Then download the complete set of clickable word lists and flash cards for both the 300 most essential words and the 800 high-frequency words by making an in-app purchase of $4.99.
-For more Barron’s GRE-related test prep materials, visit us at www.barronseduc.com.
* most common GRE words with examples
* variety of exercises (word->definition, definition->word, sentence completion, etc.)
* traditional word cards
* word list supporting searches by titles and definitions
* keeping track of learning progress
* offline pronunciation
All the best for your GRE prepping. From Phil, with love ^^.
NOTE: you can manually mark a word as 'mastered' by long tapping on it in the word list. A mastered word will still show up in rare occasions.
If you spot typos/mistakes, don't hesitate to email me :)
* more intuitive graphs
* games (maybe)
My thanks for all the help from Bilal Hasan and Abbas Eghlimi.
1. Please add feature to allow resuming session.
-> No. It's a design decision. You are supposed to work on an entire session in one go without distraction.
2. I see mastered words again...
-> Mastered words will still reappear in rare occasions. They might happen in batch.
3. I suddenly get all new words regardless of the set ratio
-> Old words will not reappear immediately. They need a while to show up again. The duration increases over time if you do well on them.
4. I suddenly get all old words regardless of the set ratio.
-> You have been trying to cram too much in a short period of time.
In summary, the app takes care of old words/new words for you. The principle is few repetition over a long, increasing periods of time is more effective than lots of frequent ones. I add some options other than the default ones due to excessive whining from multiple people. Use them at your own risks. Basically, if you're trying to cram a crazy number of words in a short period of time, you're looking for something else. Please don't ask for a "fix".
Most GRE aspirants face difficulty practicing Reading Comprehensions especially for extended periods of time.
This application is designed to help you practice Reading Comprehensions at regular intervals on your mobile devices or tablets.
It provides an extensive database of 225 reading passages gathered from the internet.
In case you have any issues with the application or its contents please feel free to contact me.
The developer of this application doesn't assert any rights on the contents of the passages used in the application.
If you want to get a good score in GRE Quantitative, try this app and learn about these topics:
1.3 Exponents and Roots
1.5 Real Numbers
Practice: randomly generated link to an arithmetic exercise (experimental feature).
2.1 Operations with Algebraic Expressions
2.2 Rules of Exponents
2.3 Solving Linear Equations
Based on my experience with practice tests, it might be especially useful to review Structure in linear expressions.
2.4 Solving Quadratic Equations
2.5 Solving Linear Inequalities
While I fail to find it listed in the math review as such, I’ve definitely been seeing this kind of problem on practice tests: New Operator Definitions
2.8 Coordinate Geometry
2.9 Graphs of Functions
3.1 Lines and Angles
3.6 Three-Dimensional Figures
4.1 Graphical Methods for Describing Data
4.2 Numerical Methods for Describing Data
Measures of Dispersion
4.3 Counting Methods
4.5 Distributions of Data, Random Variables, and Probability Distributions
of a cellular automaton.
The Rules are:
1. Any live cell with fewer than two live neighbors dies, as if caused by underpopulation.
2. Any live cell with more than three live neighbors dies, as if by overcrowding.
3. Any live cell with two or three live neighbors lives on to the next generation.
4. Any dead cell with exactly three live neighbors becomes a live cell
You can use the settings and change the max. or min. variables to enjoy and see how life changes. You can also set the animation speed.