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Are You Student? – SAT Test Application
I was a student a long time ago, but if you are now, you may find XDA member hateem’s SAT Test Application useful. You know, it’s a near certainty we’ll miss a great thread here or there, so we count on your help to send us tips for Portal articles. This is one example.
XDA member hateem made this app only using App Inventor. It’s a great SAT guide that will clear many uncertainties about the actual exam.
The developer presents this app in free and paid versions, the difference being that the full version features a complete guide with answer explanations and subject tests. And you can register from the app itself. If you find it useful or uncover a bug, please let developer know.
Originally posted by hateem
Hi, I figured since a lot of people sit the SAT test I should make an app. Used Appinventor for the purpose.
There is’nt a really good guide SAT app, or one that gives basic necessary info, and this hopefully does that. All the others I saw were word lists and hacks to put on calculator etc. The FULL version is coming soon as well, with a massive practice guide of both the reasoning test and the subject tests.
”This is the FREE Version of the SAT Guide App. SAT test is coming close, and a lot of people are confused about the actual exam and this will clear many of the uncertainties.
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