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    Looking for a way to make your life as a student a bit easier this year? TGQE llc and SimpleLeap Software have just teamed up to deliver us a very useful student application bundle.
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    Where is the trial download at?

    And will this work for American Sign Language Interpreting? That's my college major.

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    Trials can be found here:

    SimpleLeap.com - Not sure how long.

    StudentDocket.com - 15 days.
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    i want to learn asl also plus im taking an anatomy class in 2 weeks so i bought some anatomy flash cards which has its picture on one side and words on the other can cram help me in studying the cards if so how would go about studying this i need help the class is in a few weeks and i want to get ahead. also is there any free apps or cheap apps that i can download too my bb for sign language and french.....i found a sign language for north american on here but i want it too be the asl (american sign language) one

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    Quote Originally Posted by poetic_stud View Post
    i want to learn asl also plus im taking an anatomy class in 2 weeks so i bought some anatomy flash cards which has its picture on one side and words on the other can cram help me in studying the cards if so how would go about studying this i need help the class is in a few weeks and i want to get ahead. also is there any free apps or cheap apps that i can download too my bb for sign language and french.....i found a sign language for north american on here but i want it too be the asl (american sign language) one
    Yes I believe so. If you go to the SimpleLeap site I linked above there is a demonstration video at the bottom that shows you how to create your own content.
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    A fully-functional trial is available for 14-days for Cram BlackBerry. My signature includes a link to the OTA and Desktop downloads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poetic_stud View Post
    i want to learn asl also plus im taking an anatomy class in 2 weeks so i bought some anatomy flash cards which has its picture on one side and words on the other can cram help me in studying the cards if so how would go about studying this i need help the class is in a few weeks and i want to get ahead. also is there any free apps or cheap apps that i can download too my bb for sign language and french.....i found a sign language for north american on here but i want it too be the asl (american sign language) one
    You could use Cram for both tests. Cram is a test prep tool for any subject. There is also a library of tests already created by the Cram community on various subjects, you will probably be able to find some already made. Read the FAQ or get the trial and read the directions on the Import Screen of the software, it will walk you through importing shared tests.

    Actually here is a link to the FAQ on how to import tests - simpleleap.com/faq.htm#testlibrary

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