SAT Vocabulary

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VocabKing

August 2, 2011 -- Submitted by VocabKing, a reader from Princeton Junction, NJ, who is affiliated with the site.

Ace the verbal test by improving your Vocabulary. The better your vocabulary, the higher your score in the verbal section. The VocabKing SAT/ACT application helps one achieve high scores on the Critical Reading section of both the SAT and ACT. Through various games including Hangman and Streak make what once was a tedious chore of learning vocabulary into a fun and exciting exercise.

Mindfish

December 6, 2010 -- From Bill, a reader, from Boulder, CO, who is affiliated with the site.

By combining online learning games, educational wikis, and video instruction, mindfish.com builds custom courses for high school students seeking to master the SAT and boost their chances of college admissions. As students complete quizzes on Facebook and mindfish.com, mindfish guides them to focused video and text lessons to help them master the most important concepts on the test. Students can also learn important SAT vocabulary words with Video Vocab, a quirky set of short videos that define words through popular movie and YouTube clips. Gone are the days of endless test prep books and boring group classes. By delivering test preparation materials in an accessible, enjoyable, and targeted manner, mindfish hopes to help students of all backgrounds realize their college dreams.

Created in 2009 by two graduates of Stanford University with deep experience in test preparation, mindfish uses powerful new web technologies to deliver quality educational content to students around the globe.

VerbaLearn SAT Vocabulary Builder

December 17, 2008 -- From James, a reader, from Boston, Ma, who is affiliated with the site.

VerbaLearn is a free vocabulary builder developed by college faculty. VerbaLearn offers the most efficient way to study vocabulary for the SAT, ACT, or GRE – a proven way to increase your score. You won’t waste hours reviewing words you already know and you can review them in ways that you find interesting and save you time. So, start learning on the go and free up your study time! It’s totally FREE!

PrepHub: Collaborative Test Prep

August 15, 2008 -- From Tim, a reader, from Boston, who is affiliated with the site.

PrepHub is a community built around user contributed test prep questions. Perfect for kids who are getting ready to study for the SAT’s or PSAT’s. The site is free and allows users to track their progress, get breakdowns of their strengths and weaknesses and help other kids understand difficult SAT problems.

Vocabulary.com

April 4, 2008 -- From Carey, a teacher, from Menlo Park, CA, who is affiliated with the site.

Vocabulary.com offers a FREE, interactive vocabulary development and enrichment website featuring Latin and Greek root-based puzzle activities at grade levels. This self-paced program, based on state standards, has PRINTABLE word puzzles and many exercises. Users include ESL, LEP, ELL, home schools, gifted and Special Education students. Website has multiple lesson plans, 65 calendar/thematic content features, 60 SAT/ACT-type puzzles, 190 “A-Z� subject word lists, 130 assigned reading vocabulary lists, ROOT-A-WEEK ans a DAILY ROOT PUZZLE.

SAT Preparation

June 8, 2005 -- From Jacob Richman, a reader from Israel, who is affiliated with the site

There are over 3,000 multiple choice questions divided into 21 groups. There is also a database browser to review and print the questions and the correct answers.

SAT Vocabulary Builder

June 2, 2004 -- From Kay Levein, a reader from Cologne, Germany, who is affiliated with the site

Vocaboly is a award-winning vocabulary builder, which provides many methods for vocabulary learning, including flash cards, tests and games.