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Tutors and Students Praise Preparation Tool for College Entrance Tests
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Tutors who help students get ready to take college entrance exams, like the upcoming ACT® tests February 8, 2014 and April 12, 2014, are praising the Testing Timers wristwatch. Testing Timers is a simple time management tool that takes the pressure of watching the clock off the table so students can focus on answering the questions.
Both tutors and students appreciate Testing Timers simple design which shows at-a-glance exactly how much time remains to complete each section of the ACT® or SAT® examinations.
Testing Timers watches allow students to control pace and reduce anxiety. Those are critical factors in doing well on entrance exams, which determine which student college options and scholarship opportunities.
Here's how it works: The Testing Timers watch is pre-set with times for each section of the test. The student triggers the appropriate Testing Timers and begins the test. Testing Timers then displays specific markers at key points while digitally counting down the total section time. The screen also provides a blinking track around the high-definition screen to deliver a quick visual of where the student should be. Students who use Testing Timers appreciated the benefits.
Testing Timers was developed by 20 year-old entrepreneur Jordan Liss, who struggled with tracking time on his own standardized test. In keeping with the company's mission to help students, Testing Timers offers its revolutionary new watches at an affordable price: The aTest Timer model for the ACT® is just $45.99 and the sTest Timer model for $45.99.
Although Testing Timers makes no claim that its watches are approved or endorsed by College Board or ACT, the products do not make noise nor vibrate, and are encrypted so that they can't be converted into "smart watches." Both College Board and ACT have been quoted as saying the watches meet all criteria to bring into testing sites. The watches are an amazing tool to supplement test preparation and they allow students to take practice tests using actual time allotments, which helps to build confidence for when students take the real test.
About Testing Timers
Testing Timers is revolutionizing how students prepare for and take standardized tests like the ACT® and SAT® with unique timers featuring designs that help students pace themselves, save time and score better. With just a quick glance at the timer, students have all of the information they need to continue testing confidently, no longer wasting precious seconds or minutes trying to calculate the amount of time they have left or where they should be in each test section. Find out more at www.testingtimers.com.
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