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Ch 21: SAT Vocabulary Practice

About This Chapter

The SAT vocabulary practice sections contained in this chapter are designed to help you recognize, learn, and review the tough words you need to know on the redesigned SAT. Use these handy vocabulary quizzes to make sure you are ready for the big test!

SAT Vocabulary - Summary

Check out these cool vocabulary quizzes, ranging from basic words to the most challenging ones. You can use any computer or mobile device to take the quizzes and review the words. You will practice SAT vocabulary just like it will appear on the real test, including passage based questions, vocabulary used in context, and realistic wording of questions, answers, and distractors. The SAT vocabulary words you can expect to encounter in this section include:

  • bias
  • objective
  • prompt
  • variation
  • relevant
  • salient
  • denote
  • implicitly
  • concurred
  • reiterates
  • facet
  • exacerbate
  • compulsory
  • relegated
  • paramount
  • precipitated
  • propagated

How to Use the Vocabulary Practice

Reviewing SAT vocabulary words with quizzes will help you understand not just the meaning of the word, but also how it is used in context, which is a major focus of the 2016 redesigned test. The context will challenge you to understand not just the primary definition of a word, but also secondary and tertiary uses.

  • Start with beginner level, and then move to intermediate or advanced when you feel comfortable
  • Read the lesson copy to get tips on how to study and preview the words you will encounter in the quiz
  • Click the Quiz button to access the vocabulary questions
  • When you are finished with the quiz, you will receive a report with your score information
  • Carefully review the words you missed. Keep a dictionary handy, and write down words you have trouble with, so you can be sure to revisit those words later
  • Regularly return to the vocabulary quizzes to review and retain the information

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