Master Math Word Problems

Master Math Word Problems 1.9

Help school-age kids to sharpen their Math skills and to develop their logic
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Help your school-age kids to sharpen their Math skills and to develop their logic. Master Math Word Problems is a novel and practical software tool that allows you to improve your basic Math skills through simple but well-designed problems in written form. The program is especially designed for children in elementary school, regardless of how well or bad they are doing with their math.

The program's main user interface is very funny and eye-catching, with a "math-based" design. On the initial screen, you can choose your preferred practice mode among "Addition and Subtraction", "Multiplication and Division", and "Mix". This third option, of course, includes all the four basic operations. You can set the Guidance mode on or off to receive or avoid help messages, respectively. Finally, you will need to choose the number of questions among 5, 10, 15, 20, and 25. You are now ready to start the test.

The test itself displays one question per screen - the problem is presented in a clear and easy-to-read way, and you are allowed to choose the right answer out of ten possible options. Once you are sure of your answer, the "Check my Answer" button will register it and will take you to the next question. When you finish the test, you can see a summary screen that will tell you how many of your answers were right, as well as the practice and guidance mode you chose.

As it can be easily deducted, Master Math Word Problems is a very handy tool that will turn out to be an enormous help for any basic Math student. Moreover, its price is very affordable - $4.99 for a single user, and $99.95 for an entire school.

Ricardo Soria
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Review summary

Pros

  • Easy to use
  • Funny and eye-catching user interface
  • Allows you to choose the practice and guidance modes, as well as the number of questions
  • Very affordable price

Cons

  • None
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