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Category: SAT Vocabulary

Kevin Rocci

SAT Vocab Crossword 7

Take a break from your reading and flashcards to review words that you are bound to see on the SAT. In this crossword, the clues are the parts of speech and definitions for the words. You will find a word list at the bottom to help. If you want to know the answer to a […]

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Kevin Rocci

SAT Vocab Crossword 6

Take a break from your reading and flashcards to review words that you are bound to see on the SAT. In this crossword, the clues are the parts of speech and definitions for the words. You will find a word list at the bottom to help. If you want to know the answer to a […]

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Kevin Rocci

SAT Vocab Crossword 5

Take a break from your reading and flashcards to review words that you are bound to see on the SAT. In this crossword, the clues are the parts of speech and definitions for the words. You will find a word list at the bottom to help. If you want to know the answer to a […]

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Chris Lele

SAT Vocab Friday – Harry Potter Book 2

You may be the biggest Harry Potter fan ever, or you may have never read a single page of this saga of a boy wizard. I’m guessing, like 99% of people, you are somewhere in between. Well, even if you are a big fan of the series, you may not have known that each of […]

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Chris Lele

SAT Vocab Friday – Super Confusing Words

Many people learning English claim that our language is illogical. They’ll usually point the finger at spelling, saying that the laws are so irregular that they are not of much use. You might agree with them—somewhat. But in general, you’ve grown up spelling most words, so it’s not that big of a deal. But now—with […]

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Chris Lele

SAT Critical Reading – Vocabulary In Context

A very common question on the reading passages is the vocabulary-in-context question. Students also tend to make a very common error on these question types: matching up the answer choice with the words in quotation marks. Let me show you how this works. As it appears in the passage, the word “heralded” most nearly means […]

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Lucas Fink

How Hard Is SAT Vocabulary, Really?

If you haven’t taken any practice SATs or done much in the way of prep, you might not realize what, exactly, you’re getting into. SAT vocab is totally nuts. There will be words on the test that you’ve never seen or heard. I mean it. Oh, you read a lot? And you think you have […]

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Lucas Fink

Megalo-mnemonical SAT Vocab: Words that Sound like Food

It’s too bad that you’re not allowed to eat during the SAT, right? Okay, so maybe four hours isn’t exactly an eternity to go without food, especially when you can (and should) have a little snack during the breaks, but it’d be nice to have a more relaxed atmosphere like that. Anyway, if you’re hungry, […]

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Chris Lele

The Most Underrated Way to Learn SAT Vocabulary

Many studying for the SAT think that the only way to learn vocabulary is by going through a stack of endless SAT flashcards. While flashcards can definitely help you learn many words, they are not the only weapon in your arsenal when worrying about how to learn SAT vocabulary. A great—but often neglected—way of learning […]

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Chris Lele

Top Five Confusing SAT Words

With thousands of words to memorize, the SAT often leads to students to jumble up words in their heads. It’s hard to separate the most common SAT words from the no-shows on test day. And it’s hardly their faults—the English language is consists of many words that either look and/or sound very similar. See if […]

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