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    Practice GRE without your knowing - GRE Vocab Lock

     

    Did you know the average person unlocks their phone over 150 times a day? Imagine if every time you unlocked your phone you could study a new GRE or SAT vocabulary word!

     

    Unlock your phone -> Answer a GRE / SAT Vocab Question -> Learn a new word ( English words only)

     

    How to play: Unlock your phone and then drag the vocab word to its synonym. Green means right. Red means wrong. Our proprietary algorithms will repeat the vocab word until we are sure you understand it. If you don't know the word, then drag to the little d to see the definition of the word. It is so simple it hurts.

     

    We hope you like our new way to study vocabulary words for the GRE and SAT every time you unlock your phone! A great way to improve your GRE or SAT verbal score! This app is also a great way to increase your English vocab by learning new words!

     

    Good luck on your GRE or SAT vocab / verbal section!

     

    Recommendations:

     

    We believe there are a lot of ways to improve your verbal score and learn more vocab words. We also recommend the flash cards apps from Magoosh

     

    - Most of these app are flash card / dictionary apps brought to the next level. Unlike regular flash cards, they have slick user interfaces and a great memory. Basically, English words vocabulary flash cards 2.0!

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