I know, it’s 2015 already, so why bother with the previous year’s reviews?
For one thing, because they matter. Reviews are not necessarily time-sensitive. Contrary to popular belief, each year’s review is the reference point for how a program might have evolved and improved over time and with each new release. What’s more, historical reviews enable people interested in software to get an sneak peek into how it might help them improve the one skill they lack, when they read about the experiences of other users.
Ultimate Vocabulary™ reviews from 2014 are a valuable resource for anyone who wants to improve their vocabulary in 2015.
Software Review Boffin awards a Gold 5–Star Prize to Ultimate Vocabulary
Established review site Software Review Boffin offers an in-depth review of eReflect’s program, emphasizing that the vocabulary builder is a leader in its category and stating that it’s currently the best program on the market. The editor at Software Review Boffin states, “It is an excellent choice for people wishing to enhance their vocabulary by being able to use words they may have only previously heard once or twice, and didn’t really understand.”
Word Buff Puts Ultimate Vocabulary™ to the Test
Word Buff gives an extensive review of the program, covering every possible feature, aspect, and technology of the software while offering an impartial, must-read analysis of its efficiency in building people’s vocabulary. Word Buff concludes the over 2000-word review by saying, “I do have to say that compared to other programs Ultimate Vocabulary is by far the most sophisticated vocabulary builder I’ve used to date, and, as I mentioned earlier, it has become my default program for building my own vocabulary (and with a site dedicated to words, I do get to try quite a few).”
English-test.net hosts an Interview with the Ultimate Vocabulary™ designer, Marc Slater
English-Test’s editor discusses vocabulary, success, and language with Marc Slater, the manager of eReflect and the creator of Ultimate Vocabulary™. This insightful interview is perfectly summed up in a statement related to the need to truly master new vocabulary — something that Ultimate Vocabulary™ achieves. Here’s the quote: “One goal of vocabulary building is to take those words that one merely recognises and start using them actively to communicate more effectively.”
eTeachersHub.com describes Ultimate Vocabulary™ as essential for educators and students
One of the latest 2014 reviews of Ultimate Vocabulary™ is the one by the site eTeachersHub.com. The reviewer focuses on the 2015 release of Ultimate Vocabulary™ which is equipped with new features like social sharing, shared training, and most prominently, the cloud technology that enables practice on multiple devices from anywhere. This is a must-read review that gives an in-depth look into the program’s strengths and its value for vocabulary practice in the classroom.
Nurturing Learning blog shares thoughts on Ultimate Vocabulary™
Julie at the successful NurturingLearning.com blog shares her own insights and views on Ultimate Vocabulary™. She focuses on customer support and the feature-rich and activities-packed aspects of the program, saying, “There is so much to Ultimate Vocabulary, that I don’t actually think I have discovered everything in my time playing around with the program. I’ve decided to work through the Words for Life Success list for 5 to 10 minutes each day, just because I like words. Customer service was fantastic and quick when we encountered some issues. The issues were resolved within a couple hours of contacting them.”
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