New York City, NY (PRWEB) August 28, 2006
RocketReader, the popular high performance reading and comprehension development software, unleashes SAT capability. The SAT features boost reading performance, vocabulary, comprehension and stamina. It enables you to dramatically increase your reading speed and comprehension and get through more material to improve your GPA and SAT results.
The new SAT now includes a writing section. It is long – in all taking 3 hours and 45 minutes. To make sure you do your best, it is very important to be fully prepared. If your reading skills are below par, you will struggle to complete the exam in time. Being a fast and accurate reader makes a significant difference to performance. And that’s the difference between the Ivy League and a “safe” college.
RocketReader helps students prepare for the SAT in four ways:
- Develops sound reading techniques, so students can get through more material when preparing for the test and get through the required reading in the test quicker
- Builds vocabulary
- Tests comprehension – all practice and timed readings are followed by comprehension tests
- Builds reading confidence and stamina
The software includes material on clear writing, essay writing, vocabulary and critical reading.
The highly effective reading enhancement techniques in RocketReader were developed in the 1990's by Dr Simon Ronald,CEO of RocketReader, and an artificial intelligence researcher who has authored numerous papers and articles on genetic algorithms and machine learning processes.
“Being a fast and accurate reader makes a significant difference to performance. RocketReader trains for rapid high stamina reading by instilling great reading techniques. This gives you the knowledge that you can get through more material when preparing for the test and the reading component in the test quicker and enables you to focus on answering on the test day.
Whilst it is absolutely normal to feel nervous about one of the most important tests of your life, by using RocketReader you can go into the test feeling confident about your preparation and your reading ability and stamina.”