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YourDictionary Makes SAT Prep Easy with Launch of Alexa Skill

YourDictionary SAT Test Prep on Amazon Alexa
Enable the Free Skill to Learn a New SAT Test Word Every Day

BURLINGAME, Calif. - Dec. 5, 2018 - PrZen -- YourDictionary.com announced today the launch of it's SAT Prep Amazon Alexa Skill. This skill is making it easier than ever for teens to prepare for the "Evidence-Based Reading & Writing" sections of the SAT college entrance exam, by teaching them a new word every day. To start learning, ask Alexa to, "Enable SAT Word of the Day," or enable it in the Alexa App.

"For high school students interested in pursuing a college education, the SAT test can be a difficult step on their journey to finding the right school," said Howard Love, YourDictionary.com CEO. "If you didn't get the score you wanted on December's test, now is the perfect time to start preparing for the March test date. We're thrilled to bring students an easy way to make test prep a part of their daily routine."

The free SAT Word of the Day Amazon Alexa Skill from YourDictionary, one of Alexa's top Education & Reference skills, helps users learn commonly used vocabulary words from the SAT test. After enabling the skill, each day simply ask Alexa to, "Open SAT Word of the Day," to learn a new word, hear its definition, spelling and an example of how it can be used in a sentence. This Alexa skill enables students to learn a little bit every day, rather than in a high-pressure, expensive SAT course.

This skill is a free, easy way to start preparing for the SAT test today. Listening to this daily skill is a great way to start a high school language arts class, or for parents to encourage good learning habits by listening to it with their kids over breakfast. Enable it in the Alexa App to start learning.

About YourDictionary.com

YourDictionary is owned by LoveToKnow Media and has over 20 million unique users per month. It aims to deliver comprehensive & authoritative reference information...fast, offering definitions from multiple sources includĀ­ing The American HeritageĀ® Dictionary, Webster's New World College Dictionary, and more, plus definitions written by expert editors exclusively for YourDictionary. YourDictionary also offers many tools to help you choose your words precisely, understand words, avoid pitfalls, and be confident in your use of words.

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Amanda Laurich, Marketing Manager

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