Virtual SAT Tutor - Math

Virtual SAT Tutor - Math


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This FREE version of your Virtual Tutor App features over 75 different advanced SAT math problems that have been modeled after actual SAT tests. Solutions are included so you can improve your skills!

The question bank is updated frequently, so there will be new problems to learn and master all the time!

The Virtual Tutor - Math app is a product of Ivy Standard tutoring company, which has been providing students with test preparation services for over 10 years!

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Recently changed in this version

Fixed some of the errors in the previous version - added solution explanations for all problems.

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  • (37 stars)

    by Dain Hur on 12/10/2013

    i have picture evidence of a answer being completely wrong. no im not wrong, it explained the problen itself to be a certain answer, then said the the answer is something else, as well as if you look carefully, the way they explained the problem is entirely wrong as well

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    by Calista Korzelius on 13/08/2013

    Sometime they ask the wrong questions for the answer they give as correct. (ex. ask for surface area, give answer as if they asked for volume) Please fix! Also, it would be nice to have a scratch pad or be able to write on the screen as many of the questions would be easier if written out.

  • (37 stars)

    by Kevin Yoon on 24/12/2012

    Some of the answers repeat such as the correct answer. The math explanations are incorrect such as asking for surface area. 12×15×15 does not equal 1xxx. Should not be a math prep when almost 90 percent of them are incorrect