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Modern Study Solutions


A platform for creating Study & Testing apps for Students, Educators, and Educational organizations. 

Create and publish your own test app, or we can do it for you.  

Study for CAHSEE or SAT with our current apps.  Scroll down to find out more.

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Modern Study Solutions


A platform for creating Study & Testing apps for Students, Educators, and Educational organizations. 

Create and publish your own test app, or we can do it for you.  

Study for CAHSEE or SAT with our current apps.  Scroll down to find out more.

Modern Study Tools

A new look at an old study strategy, Interactions has brought flashcards and practice tests together in a beautiful, simple, and most importantly, digital package. 

Currently published apps enable students to practice for standardized tests, ranging from the SAT to the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) for secondary school graduation. 

Whether practicing specific sections and looking for hints, or running through an entire practice test,  students can practice, learn, and improve wherever they have their phone or iPad. 

 

Licensing & Services

Interactions products and services range from licensing our test framework to the formatting and publishing of tests on your behalf. Details

Apps

See our library of published tests and detailed information on our test publishing framework. Details

Our Framework

If publishing your own testing app is your goal, our lightweight framework will help you get it done. Your content. Our Code.   Details

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Organizations


Educational organizations manage many types and versions of tests. What if creating study aids (or study apps) were as simple as formatting the test?

Organizations


Educational organizations manage many types and versions of tests. What if creating study aids (or study apps) were as simple as formatting the test?

Your Content

multiple-choice style tesTs

With our framework, any multiple choice-style test can be turned into an iOS app. If you choose to provide feedback on wrong answers, test apps will use that feedback with a 'practice' mode. Tests are split into sections for multiple levels of content, and apps can include multiple tests. Details

our Framework

Make your own app

We'll license the framework source code to you as a springboard to your own testing application. You'll format your content, Set up a few details, and publish your own testing application with the Apple iOS store without writing any iOS platform code.  Details

Expert Help

Content + Framework + Us

You'll provide the content and a few details, and we'll format the content and code and publish the applications on your behalf. Details

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Students


Students are inundated with increasingly important standardized tests - they need modern tools, available anytime, to prepare well.

Students


Students are inundated with increasingly important standardized tests - they need modern tools, available anytime, to prepare well.

Increasingly, students take standardized tests at every level of their education. Used for evaluation, admission, or graduation requirements, they all need to be studied for, from elementary school through college.

At the same time, since 2007 there has been a nearly 400% increase in number of High School Students with smartphones. More than half of them carry smartphones, and schools are finding more and more ways to leverage smartphones and tablets for education. These numbers are likely to continue growing as new tools are created to make use of widespread smartphone ownership. 

Traditionally, students have been encouraged to create study aids for themselves, copying notes, creating flashcards, etc. However, multiple choice evaluations have specific strategies associated with studying. Teachers train students to think about whether wrong answers are penalized the same as unanswered questions, strategies for tests where time is a factor, and many other things that are specific to the test, not the content. Shouldn't students be able to practice skills associated with these high-pressure tests?

The main beneficiaries of these apps are students, who have at their fingertips the ability to study and practice for the tests that they, their teachers, and their schools will be evaluated on.