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Verizon and Vocel bring SAT studies to a cellphone near you


sat tests, still in pencilVocel have created cellphone-based SAT tutor software based on The Princeton Review course, and Verizon have jumped onboard, naturally, in their ongoing effort to add more monthly services fees. The new tutor service sends SAT questions to a collegian-in-training's cellphone, scores the answers, and tweaks future questions based on The Princeton Review curriculum. Of course, parents dropping the money on the service will be able to check how their little bundles of intelligence are doing at any time (oh, thank god). The service costs $5.75 a month and is one of several new applications that are part of Verizon's "Get It Now" phone download service. Good luck, kids, and remember: the sum of all angles in a triangle is 180-degrees.

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