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Wizappo Announces Release of "Tricks for Math" a New App That Teaches Young People How to Solve Math Problems More Quickly

Math is something that many young people find very challenging. Fortunately, there are proven methods that can help a young person do math more quickly, and a fun new app from innovative app developers Wizappo “Tricks for Math” helps to teach them.


Oak Brook, IL -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/06/2015 -- It's no secret that math is often a subject that gets neglected by many young students. A new app hopes to change that for the better, "Tricks for Math", the latest release from popular app developer Wizappo. "Tricks for Math" helps student quickly and correctly assess math problems with ease. The app has been credited with helping speed up test taking abilities and to position students to excel on the math section of the SAT, PSAT, ACT, GRE, GMAT, MCAT, and really any other standardised math tests.

"This app will teach math skills that will surprise you and your friends," commented David Rogers, founder of Wizappo. "More important, it will fascinate people of all ages. Once these methods are mastered a person will likely never look at math the same way again. It will be a much easier area to handle, especially when it comes time to take important tests, for college placement, the SAT and much more. We made sure to add as much value to 'Tricks for Math' as possible."

The app features 50 techniques to master and three interactive modules that help teach math methods that are quicker and easier to retain, often referred to as Vedic Math techniques. The teaching style is fun and lighthearted, a strategy that help in retaining the lessons taught and keeps the pressure low.

Some of the benefits, according to Wizappo, of using 'Tricks for Math' include: gaining a very real competitive edge in the classroom or at the job; becoming a better standardised test taker, resulting in dramatically better test results; better self image and increased confidence; and becoming more comfortable with numbers, which often carries over into many other areas of life as organizational skills and critical thinking improves.

"Tricks for Math" is available without advertising for $1.99 for the iPod, iPad, and iPhone.

Early feedback from users has been very positive.

Diane K., a student from Boston, recently said, "Tricks for Math has been a life saver for me. I thought I would never been able to do math quickly and now it's no problem at all. My parents got me it as a gift and in return I'm giving them back good grades. Five stars all the way."

For more information be sure to visit http://www.wizappo.com

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