Top 5 SAT Prep games to make your preparation easier |

Are you a high school student or a parent looking for ways to increase retention of information for examinations in the most fun way possible? Look no further than this! We have compiled a list of games that will make studying something you or your child can look forward to.

The SATs or the Scholastic Aptitude Test is a standardized test used for college applications and admissions in the United States. They combine writing, critical reading and mathematics to assess the level of an individual’s grasp on the basic subjects necessary for admittance in all colleges.

Students in America grow up knowing what this test is therefore their curriculum focuses on preparing kids for the exam by the time they graduate high school. International students on the other hand find out about when finishing 12th grade or before when searching for universities in America they can apply to post the board examinations. Some choose to study by themselves and some choose SAT coaching in Hyderabad or get tutored by individuals who may or may not have given the SATs or have a deep understanding of the exam and subjects.

If you’re confident in writing and comprehension yet despise the numerical world or vice versa these games are perfect for you to get over the block preventing you from scoring the best marks.

  1. LogicPuzzle: Easy to understand puzzles that force you to use logical reasoning to solve them. Simply visit the website, create an account and you’re good to go.
  2. Daily SAT Practice: An official board app, here you can go through a range of questions that will assess your reasoning skills and general aptitude. Each day you will be given an official SAT prep question and your answers will be given feedback, along with previous answers from other users on the app.
  3. Freerice: Blending philanthropy with studying, this app donates 10 grains of rice through the World Food Programme for every answer you get correct. From English grammar to math, this app gives you questions from previous years and is beneficial for understanding what type of paper you might get for your exam.
  4. Quizlet: Anyone who is on social media and often goes through American accounts will have come across this name at least once. Many students use this app to build general aptitude even if not for the SATs. Quizlet incorporates flashcards to help you study and the best part is that it’s free!
  5. Mathisfun: For those of you who may not agree with the name of this app, you will once you start! The app has math games and puzzles that ignite your curiosity and bless you with a reward more fulfilling than just a high score – you actually end up learning something useful!

If you’re still confused about whether studying at home or looking for SAT coaching in Hyderabad, visit Uwezo Learning and seek help from the expert counsellors and teachers who can help to determine what is the best course of action. We not only conduct SAT coaching in India but help with other exams like the IELTS, GRE or GMAT.