Math Mastery is a straightforward and potentially useful application that aims to be a complete learning solution by packing dozens of practical test and quizzes. To put it simply, with the help of this app, you can improve your general knowledge, your logic, your reasoning, your math skills, as well as your vocabulary.
Before you get started, please note that the application requires Java to be present on your computer’s system in order to work. Other than that, there are no other requirements, and you can start working with the app straight off by launching it via its designated executable file.
Improve your general knowledge with the help of this useful app
You are provided with dozens of tests and quizzes, most of them with with self-explanatory names, as follows: Mastery Pack, Simplification, NUmber, Percentage, Fraction and ratio, Profit and loss, Average, Time and work, Time and distance, Boat and train, Surds and indices, Problems on age, Interest, Measurement, HCF and LCM, Partnership, Allegation and mixtures, Chain rule, Area, Logarithm, Pipes and cisterns, True discount Language skills, Grammar, G.K (General Knowledge), and Vocab.
The tests themselves are useful and well-thought-out, with a classic step-by-step solution for each provided problem. Better yet, you can keep track of your progress via a built-in history and performance tracker. You may also appreciate the randomly offered inspirational quotes.
A fairly useful app that could do with some customization features and a more modern UI
Before we conclude, it’s worth pointing out the app’s main drawback, and that’s definitely its interface. Not to say that it looks awful, but it’s not exactly what you would call polished either. We say this partly because you can only run the tests in fullscreen mode. Of course, the reasoning behind this strategy is somewhat clear (to help you stay focused on the test at hand) but everything looks rather odd, with lots of space on your computer screen and tiny UI elements.
Another issue might arise (especially for users with poor eyesight) from the fact that the font is also very small and there’s no way of adjusting its size. At the end of the day, though, Math Mastery is a useful app and, while it may not look the part, it does get the job done.