One of the best ways to ensure that your child does well in the SEA exams, is to have them practice using SEA past papers. However, there are some limitations to using past papers. Firstly, you have to find the answers independently and hope that the answers are correct. Then of course there is the issue of the child memorizing the printed materials instead of learning the concept. To parents and teachers it appears that the child knows the information, when he or she only memorized the answers. Students are not as prepared as they should be for the exams. But there is a solution. Imagine SEA past papers in the form of a game.
I would like to introduce to you, G.A.M.E. Prep for Trinidad and Tobago SEA. This is a computer game and mobile app that helps students prepare for the SEA exam. Questions are narrated and closely follow the syllabus. Best part about the game is that it allows users to make use of all their learning styles, which means that the game makes learning inclusive for all children. Including those with special learning needs.
Here are some awesome features of this game:
- The game is very easy to navigate.
- Includes hundreds of past SEA-type questions that closely follow the syllabus.
- Each session has the same time limit as each respective subject area.
- Once a user input’s his or her answer, the game let’s them know right away if the answer is correct or not and provides the question’s solution.