futureU SAT Prep Game Released
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Aspyr Media in collaboration with Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions has announced that futureUM, its new SAT prep video game, has shipped to retail stores nationwide for PC and Mac. futureU, the first game released under Aspyr and Kaplanšs partnership, represents a new medium for supplemental SAT prep, adapting test preparation material into a collection of fun interactive games.
More about futureU:
futureU consists of six distinctive innovative mini-games that are divided into three main categories Math, Reading and Writing. Designed as a complement to traditional SAT study methods, the game is grounded in Kaplan curriculum and features hundreds of questions and track-able player progress. In addition, players can engage in a section called Test Skills that teach the vital test-taking and time management skills necessary for taking the big exam. futureU for the PC and Mac is rated E for Everyone by the ESRB and available for an SRP of $39.99. For more information, please visit the site below.
futureU incorporates a wealth of in-game content that challenges and sharpens skills including:
- Reading: Focuses on refining players reading skills, vocabulary, main idea identification, themes and arguments, technique, and recognizing word meanings based on context.
- Writing: Concentrates on improving players writing skills by covering topics such as passive voice, run-on sentences, misplaced modifiers, parallelism, conjunctions, fragments, coordination and subordination, pronouns, subject-verb agreement, tenses, adverbs and adjectives, gerunds, idioms, wrong words, and double negatives.
- Math: Enable players to practice critical math areas such as algebra, geometry, data, statistics, probability, polynomials, and sequences.
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