Most Challenging SAT Vocabulary Words

Instructor: Svitlana Kostenko
Being able to recognize and use tough SAT vocabulary words is necessary for success on the SAT. This lesson containing some of the most challenging questions will help you prepare for some of the hardest words.

About This SAT Vocabulary section

This convenient and mobile-friendly lesson contains fun and entertaining SAT vocabulary questions that will help you prepare to score your very best on the updated SAT. Test takers going for high scores will need to know some of the most challenging SAT vocabulary words. You can practice these words with this easy and convenient test.

Use these handy quiz questions to test your knowledge and application of the words in the context of sentences and passages. Many SAT vocabulary words, especially at the most difficult level, have multiple meanings and variations. It is vital that students understand the specific meaning of words in context. A short and commonly used word applied in an unusual way may be more difficult than a long, strange word shown in its primary usage.

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