TestMax Exam Proctor App Brings a Convenient and Efficient Option to Self-Proctor Multiple Standardized Exams

The TestMax Exam Proctor, a new app by the creators of BarMax, LSATMax, and SATMax, brings a convenient and efficient option to self-proctor multiple standardized exams to the Apple App Store.

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TestMax Exam Proctor gives students the ability to simulate an authentic exam room experience for eight of the most popular standardized exams.

Venice, CA (PRWEB) October 31, 2013

TestMax, Inc., the Venice Beach based startup that brought you BarMax Bar Exam Review, LSATMax LSAT Prep and SATMax SAT Prep, has just released its fourth test prep app: the TestMax Exam Proctor.

The TestMax Exam Proctor gives students the ability to simulate an authentic exam room experience for up to eight of the most popular standardized exams: SAT, LSAT, GRE, GMAT, MCAT, Bar, TOEFL and ACT. Not only does the app simulate the exact timing and sections for each of the above exams, but it also simulates testing conditions by offering the option of specific section instructions being read out loud and even background noise to help assimilate students to what they will face on test day.

The app features an easy-to-use interface that allows students to select, customize, and start taking an exam within 20 seconds. Students have the option of getting the full exam proctored or, if they’d prefer, they can choose to only have the app proctor specific sections of the exam. In this way, students can use the TestMax Exam Proctor to help them hone in on specific skills and techniques that are called for in individual sections. By consistently practicing these sections over and over again under real exam conditions, students can easily and conveniently optimize their exam score.

As mentioned above, the app can even simulate random background noise that students should expect to hear when taking a standardized test. For example, students will hear a randomized sound mix of coughing, sneezing, rustling, and tapping. Taking an exam with background noise enabled will help students learn to phase out noise and hone in on the exam in front of them.

No longer will students have to work their schedules around pre-planned proctor sessions, or request that another person sit for hours to proctor them while they take a practice exam. With the new TestMax Exam Proctor, students now have an essential tool to help them maximize their score on the exam.


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