Students who prepare for standardized tests in tuitions or groups usually perform than better than ones who study for such tests independently. Appreciating this fact, a new web service was created that helps students prepare standardized tests by interactions with others students. This web service is called Grockit.
Supported tests include ACT, AP, GMAT, GRE, CAT, LSAT, and SAT. In addition to providing your teaching tools that help you independently prepare for these tests, the site facilitates and encourages user interaction. If you are unable to understand a problem, you can post it up as a comment and have others help you out. Through performance trackers you can analyze your improvement and through a feature called ‘score prediction’ you can get a predicted test score.
The site is essentially a paid service but offers a few days of free trial for you to check it out.
- A user-friendly web service.
- Helps you prepare for standardized tests.
- Supports ACT, AP, GMAT, GRE, CAT, LSAT, and SAT.
- Offers wonderful tools for independent study.
- Facilitates and supports group interaction.
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