My SAT Coach game
My SAT Coach is a game on the Nintendo DS that helps students prepare for the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), a common standardized college-entry exam for American high school students. The Princeton Review partnered with Ubisoft to create the game. The game features several learning exercises that progress through three stages of learning. It contains Mini-Game Drills, Personal Follow-Up and The Real Expert. The goal is to help the student improve his or her SAT score. The game was expected to crash both at critical and commercial stages, but IGN said it wasn't too bad, stating that it is "simple and easy to follow", reviewer Jack Devries's final opinion being that "If your school offers an SAT prep course, I would definitely recommend that over this title, but if you didn't plan on studying at all, then My SAT Coach is probably better than nothing." IGN gave it 6.5. However, Knight-Nui offered an alternative opinion, saying "Games are suppose to be FUN. SATs are suppose to be DULL. Not a good match," adopting a new rating style to give it an 'F' mark.