The book doesn’t just give you 1,400 important words (though you do get that, too!). You also get word histories, along with helpful example sentences and exercises at the end of each chapter.
And because you are seeing how the words work in context, they’ll be more likely to stick.
For the ultimate vocabulary one-two combo, many of the words in the Vocabulary Builder Workbook appear in my popular YouTube vocabulary series, better known as Vocabulary Wednesday. All you have to do is type in the vocabulary word and “Youtube GRE Vocab Wednesday” into Google and the video will come up. For instance, if the word is “reticent,” you’d type reticent Youtube GRE Vocab Wednesday and you’ll get me describing the word in real time.
Chris Lele is the GRE and SAT Curriculum Manager (and vocabulary wizard) at Magoosh Online Test Prep. In his time at Magoosh, he has inspired countless students across the globe, turning what is otherwise a daunting experience into an opportunity for learning, growth, and fun. Some of his students have even gone on to get near perfect scores. Chris is also very popular on the internet. His GRE channel on YouTube has over 10 million views.
You can read Chris's awesome blog posts on the Magoosh GRE blog and High School blog!
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SAT Question of the Day
The equation f(t) = t^3 + 5t represents the number of bacteria in a petri dish, where ‘t’ equals number of hours. What is the number of bacteria at exactly three hours?