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Country: Asia, IR, Iran
City: Tabriz, East Azarbaijan
Okay, let me just say I never write reviews! It's not that I don't like the things i buy, I just don't find a need to take time out of my life to write something online…..but as soon I tried the Flex belt I felt it was something amazing and different than anything available out there for abs, so here I am, writing a review! - I do have an ab routine but wanted to take things to the next level so when i saw the commercial for this device, i read about it online and decided it might be fun. I looked at other EMS brands but I liked the flex belt design the best and the fact that it didn't need batteries, it really only came down to that for me and that AMAZON sells it. Anyway, I have been using this belt as directed from day 1 and I am totally feeling the difference. My abs are firmer and I am starting to get some obliques definition. I did start at a higher level than recommended but its because I was not out of shape, i could handle it. This thing is so powerful, it still amazes me, I have yet to be able to set it on it's MAX level, for me 60 is where I like it right now. I say use this 5 times and week, eat well and you will be amazed just like I am.
I love my new Samsung Galaxy Tab 2. It was love at first open!!!! Its sleek,and light, and the screen is so crystal clear. I am still learning my way around it,but so far I love everything about it. And my favorite feature so far is the one touch "screen shot" . This is my first tablet and I have a Samsung galaxy S3 phone and they sync together. My calendar and contacts on my phone are available on my tablet... its awesome !!!
As an experienced SAT and standardized test instructor, I always first use the books from the test publishers: College Board "Official SAT Study Guide," Peterson "Real ACT" for the ACT. The rationale is to have students work on the most accurate problems. The shortcomings of those publishers' books, however, are in the strategies: they are not succinctly explained, especially for high school attention spans. A book like Dr. Gruber's clearly provides easy-to-understand strategies and techniques for each problem type.
One of my students in 2011 introduced me to the Gruber book which is a well-researched compilation of techniques and practice problems. The student was a high-achiever who understood that Dr. Gruber's book is a third-party book with its own proprietary practice problems, so our question was, 'How similar are these problems to the actual SAT test?' We compared them and found a close correlation between the Gruber book and the College Board SAT tests.
Based on this student's experience (his total scores were above 2200 out of 2400), he was definitely benefitting from using Dr. Gruber's book. He understood the strategies and applied them well to the practice problems. The bottom line is that if you use this book, you will increase your score and become a better test taker if you first understand the strategies, apply them objectively, reflect on your incorrect problems, and practice consistently. If so, you can use Dr. Gruber's book to achieve success. Best of luck!