Daily Practice for the New SAT

The CollegeBoard

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Daily Practice for the SAT is a free SAT prep app that provides a daily SAT question to answer and has also a pool of questions so users can spend more time practicing. The app is safe for teens, is free to download and use, and is available in the iTunes app store and the Google Play store.

About Daily Practice for the New SAT
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What is Daily Practice for the New SAT?

The Daily Practice for the SAT app is developed by The College Board to help students prepare for the exam with a pool of SAT questions, hints, and explanations.

 

The app will ask an SAT question each day for quick practice and daily repetition, while also providing a large collection of questions for longer practice sessions.

 

The Daily Practice for the SAT app also features a scan and score ability, in which users can take a picture of the answer grid of a practice SAT to receive their score, feedback, and additional instruction instantly.

 

Daily Practice for the SAT is free to download and use, and can be found in the iTunes app store and the Google Play store.


Unfortunately, the app is not reviewed well, scoring a 2.4 out of 5 average in the iTunes review section, with users complaining about buggy functionality which makes the app frustrating to use.    

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Is Daily Practice for the New SAT safe for my kids?

The Daily Practice for the SAT app is safe for kids and teens. However, this app is geared towards an older age group who are preparing to take the SAT exam, but there is nothing inappropriate or harmful for younger kids.

The SAT practice questions within this app might be difficult for younger students to grasp, as the concepts are probably most useful for students in their freshman or sophomore years of high school.

The app does not have any social sharing, group chatting or in-app purchases, so parents don't need toworry about such things as cyber bullying or interaction with strangers that may occur on social platforms.

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