Ubisoft, Princeton Review Bring the SATs to Nintendo DS
At the E3 conference last week, Ubisoft announced plans to release My SAT Coach with The Princeton Review for the Nintendo DS.
According to the announcement, the video game will help students prepare for the SATs through mini-games containing a variety of activities and timed drills. Game scores are tracked by My SAT Coach, and players are given recommendations for improving their test scores.
"Studying for the SAT is an arduous process," said Tony Key, senior vice president of sales and marketing at Ubisoft North America, in a prepared statement. "Ubisoft is excited to be partnering with The Princeton Review to create My SAT Coach, a game that makes the whole process of preparing engaging and fun."
The video game will be available this fall and will contain more than 2,000 practice questions, as well as two full-length practice exams. The My SAT Coach video game is part of the larger Ubisoft "My Coach" brand, with other titles that include My Word Coach, My Spanish Coach, and My Weight Loss Coach, among others.
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