|By Business Wire||
|December 3, 2012 10:51 AM EST||
BrainMatriX, a leading provider of interactive self-study software, has launched eReviewBook apps for Amazon Kindle devices. These programs are specifically designed to help students study for standardized tests, including the SAT, ACT, GMAT, GRE, LSAT, TOEFL and MCAT. Programs start at $2.99 and are currently available on Kindle, Kindle Keyboard, and the new Kindle Paperwhite.
With eReviewBook, students:
- Memorize more: Students can build their own personal archive of questions and answers for repeated review and assessment, incorporating their own notes, comments and references to make information useful and relevant.
- Retain information longer: New information sticks with students long after they’ve aced their test since they can personalize, update and review their database whenever and wherever they want.
- Learn anything: eReviewBook lets students master virtually any topic, and allows them to create and customize question-answer content about any subject to accelerate learning and retention.
“By allowing students to modify the questions right on the Kindle, we encourage them to personalize the content, to make it their own. This feature promotes active learning over rote memorization,” said Dr. Jacques Jospitre, CEO and founder of BrainMatriX. “A Kindle e-Reader plus the student’s imagination provides a rich educational experience.”
Established in 1999, BrainMatriX is a privately held company based in New York City. The company’s products include NoteScribe and eReviewBook, which together comprise a complete technology-based note taking and self-study flashcard system.