Summary: I collected all of the stars on this game rather quickly, so it feels like it has no real challenge anymore. You can always keep playing it for better scores in each category, but it just felt like kind of a dud.
Summary: I would tell anybody in high school to get this game to help prepare to take the SAT. This game really does challenge you to think really hard and sometimes outside of the box. You will have some problems with difficult math problems but just keep working at them. I would say to any parent to get this for your child when it is coming to that time that they start applying for colleges and are going to take the SAT.
Summary: Though more fun than the My SAT Coach game, I feel like FutureU compromises on the actual review. I actually question the validity of some questions and answers on this game. Many of the Reading and Writing sections' questions seemed to have incorrect answers labeled as the correct ones.
Summary: I bought the game for a fun, interactive way to study for the SATs and I suppose it is. It doesn't make me feel prepared, which is my fault for looking to a game so I wouldn't have to study. It is interactive and fun, but there aren't that many options and the questions aren't that difficult. So it was a interesting buy, I'd probably NOT buy it again, but I'm not dissatisfied.
Summary: I've taken the SAT and have used this for studying a bit. The fun factor is decent. It seems a bit kiddish with a little drawn up figure and the displays of the game, but it is helpful. There's math, reading, and writing. You do exercises similar to the SAT and extra types. My favorite was the game where you're given a word and you pick out the roots for it, such as with "many," you would choose "poly.