Happy Spring Break! The Daily Reader will be back on Monday, 4/22/2013.
In the meantime:
- Check out our series on commonly confused words
- Find out how to learn words without studying
- Read some of our SAT/ACT study tips
Photo Credit: Jay Woodworth
When you're studying for the SAT/ACT, you've got a lot on your mind.
No matter how helpful our study tips, how creative our commonly confused words explanations, or how wacky our fun with words suggestions - did you know you can learn SAT/ACT vocab words using post-its?! - it can be hard to remember to check back here every day.
And so ... we're bringing our content to you!
The free ProfessorWord bookmarklet works on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch!
Saving a bookmarklet to those devices, however, does require a little ingenuity.
Never fear! We have easy-to-follow instructions on our Getting Started page.
But we strongly recommend watching our Save Videos first! It's much easier once you've seen the steps in action.
In fact, we suggest you watch the video on a separate screen (laptop, phone, etc.) so that you can watch the video and save the bookmarklet at the same time.
ProfessorWord is not only easy to save, but also easy to use! And definitions with a click are just the beginning.
Our free bookmarklet allows you to:
Learn about these features and more in our 1-minute Use Video.
ProfessorWord makes it easy to learn new words while you surf the web. Getting started is equally easy.
If you're a visual person - like me! - the easiest way (notice a theme, here?) to learn how to save our free bookmarklet is by watching one of our 1-minute Save Videos on YouTube.
Links to the videos are available below. Just select your browser to get started!
If you're not into videos, try the step-by-step instructions with screenshots on our Getting Started page.