Riiid launches R.test, a state-of-the-art diagnostic platform for students preparing for the US university entrance exams SAT and ACT.
The platform offers two versions of practice tests – a full version practice test with 150 questions and a mini version practice test with 30 questions, both powered by artificial intelligence.
As students complete the practice tests, AI analyzes their results and generates a personalized report detailing their learning status, testing habits, and predicted scores.
R.test then uses AI to identify improvement areas and presents customized questions for further practice.
Riiid developed R.test as the first service specifically designed to prepare students for the new digital SAT, which will launch next year in the U.S. and later this year in South Korea.
Riiid’s AI-based question recommendation system adapts to the digital format and matches the difficulty of questions to the test-takers' ability, unlike traditional paper-based exams.
The company has plans to add a ChatGPT-enabled feature to R.test and to develop solutions to help students prepare for Advanced Placement course essays.
Riiid aims to fully penetrate the U.S. digital SAT market next year by continuing to develop AI data, according to CEO Jang Young-jun.
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