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15 terms
Princeton review
Alacrity
Anomaly
Approbation
Audacious
Eager and enthusiastic willingness
Deviation from the normal rule,form of rule , abnormality
An expression of approval or praise
Daring and fearless, reckless and bold
Alacrity
Eager and enthusiastic willingness
Anomaly
Deviation from the normal rule,form of rule , abnormality
106 terms
Princeton review
Cacophony
Apprehensive
Appropriated
Astute
Harsh, loud, discordant sounds
Uneasy or fearful
To take possession of
Having practical intelligence
Cacophony
Harsh, loud, discordant sounds
Apprehensive
Uneasy or fearful
75 terms
Princeton Review
indifferent
apathy
obscure
ambiguous
not caring one way or the other; lacking a preference; neutral
lack of emotion or interest
unclear; clouded; partially hidden; hard to understand
having more than one meaning; vague
indifferent
not caring one way or the other; lacking a preference; neutral
apathy
lack of emotion or interest
25 terms
Princeton words
Inveterate
Laudetory
Maverick
Mollify
Long established, deeprooted, habitual
Giving praise
One who resists adherence to a group
To calm or sooth
Inveterate
Long established, deeprooted, habitual
Laudetory
Giving praise
15 terms
Princeton review
Brag about sth
Rhapsodize (about/over sth)
Rhapsody
Dilatory
(V) to talk too proudly about what you have done, what you ow…
(V) enthuse; to talk about sth in an eager, excited, and appr…
(N) an expression of eager and excited approval; enthusiasm
(A) slow in doing sth; putting sth off, delaying
Brag about sth
(V) to talk too proudly about what you have done, what you ow…
Rhapsodize (about/over sth)
(V) enthuse; to talk about sth in an eager, excited, and appr…
49 terms
Princeton - 3
abate
adulation
ascetic
avarice
(verb) to lessen in intensity or degree
(noun) excessive praise; intense adoration
(noun) one who practices rigid self-denial, especially as an…
(noun) greed, especially for wealth (adj. form: avaricious)
abate
(verb) to lessen in intensity or degree
adulation
(noun) excessive praise; intense adoration
54 terms
Princeton review
Depict
Controversy
Undermine
Advocate
(V) to represent by drawing,portray;to characterize in words,…
(N) a usually prolonged public dispute;an argument
(V) to weaken,sabotage, subvert,debilitate,destabilize
(V)to support or urge by argument, especially publicly
Depict
(V) to represent by drawing,portray;to characterize in words,…
Controversy
(N) a usually prolonged public dispute;an argument
55 terms
Princeton Vocab
Cynic
Speculate
Intricate
Divisive
One who believes that only selfishness motivates human actions
To engage in Thought; especially conjecture or theoretical th…
Hard to Understand
dissenting, at odds with, alienating, creating dissension
Cynic
One who believes that only selfishness motivates human actions
Speculate
To engage in Thought; especially conjecture or theoretical th…
58 terms
Princeton review
space
place
toponym
region
geometric surfaces of the Earth
bounded space of some human importance
place name
type of place
space
geometric surfaces of the Earth
place
bounded space of some human importance
Princeton vocabulary
Indifferent
Apathy
Obscure
Ambiguous
Not caring one way or the other; lacking a preference; neutral
Lack of emotion or interest
Unclear; clouded; partially hidden; hard to understand
Having more than one meaning, vague
Indifferent
Not caring one way or the other; lacking a preference; neutral
Apathy
Lack of emotion or interest
Princeton Review
Canonical
disabuse
equivocate
exculpate
following or in agreement with accepted traditional standards…
Persuade (someone) that an idea or belief is mistaken: he qui…
Use ambiguous language so as to conceal the truth or avoid co…
Show or declare that (someone) is not guilty of wrongdoing: t…
Canonical
following or in agreement with accepted traditional standards…
disabuse
Persuade (someone) that an idea or belief is mistaken: he qui…
40 terms
Princeton Review
a-
ab-
ac-/acr-
ad-/at-
Negative prefix
Negative prefix or away from
Sharp
To or towards
a-
Negative prefix
ab-
Negative prefix or away from
41 terms
Princeton Review
Rules of zero
Integer
Distinct
Analogy
Digit (0-9)... Integer call whole - 0,900... Neutral, position , ne…
Whole
Numbers that are different, but must count once.
helps to establish a relationship based on similarities betwe…
Rules of zero
Digit (0-9)... Integer call whole - 0,900... Neutral, position , ne…
Integer
Whole
Princeton review
A-
Ab-
Ac/acr
Ad/at
Negative prefix
Negative prefix or away from
Sharp
To or towards
A-
Negative prefix
Ab-
Negative prefix or away from
48 terms
Princeton Vocab
clarity
cogent
cohesive
compelling
clearness in thought
convincing ; reasonable
sticking together
forceful ; demanding attention
clarity
clearness in thought
cogent
convincing ; reasonable
Princeton Vocab
bombast
objectivity
superfluous
apocryphal
high-sounding language with little meaning, used to impress p…
absence/ lack of bias or prejudice, fair, neutral
unnecessary, more than enough
fictitious, a story that is widely circulated but has doubtfu…
bombast
high-sounding language with little meaning, used to impress p…
objectivity
absence/ lack of bias or prejudice, fair, neutral
92 terms
Princeton phyc
3 parts of a neuron. Direction that ac…
Intensity of electrical signal of acti…
Changes caused by activation of sympat…
Parts of cerebral cortex and functions
Axon ... Neuron... Soma... Travels from soma, down the Axon
Frequency
Inhibit digestion, contract sphincters, Inhibit urination, op…
Frontal - voluntary movement, higher thinking, ... Parietal - ta…
3 parts of a neuron. Direction that ac…
Axon ... Neuron... Soma... Travels from soma, down the Axon
Intensity of electrical signal of acti…
Frequency
47 terms
Princeton - 5
acumen
amalgamate
aver
bombastic
(noun) keen, accurate judgment or insight
(verb) to combine several elements into a whole
(verb) to state as a fact; to declare or assert
(adj.) pompous; grandiloquent (noun form: bombast)
acumen
(noun) keen, accurate judgment or insight
amalgamate
(verb) to combine several elements into a whole
47 terms
Princeton - 6
acerbic
aggrandize
alchemy
amenable
(adj.) having a sour or bitter taste or character; sharp; bit…
(verb) to increase in intensity, power, influence, or prestige
(noun) a medieval science aimed at the transmutation of metal…
(adj.) agreeable; responsive to suggestion
acerbic
(adj.) having a sour or bitter taste or character; sharp; bit…
aggrandize
(verb) to increase in intensity, power, influence, or prestige
34 terms
Princeton psych
fixated at oral psychsexual
fixated at anal stage
fixated at phallic stage
fixated at genital stage
manipulated personality
obsessive organization or neatness
oedipus/electra complex
sexual impotence (unable to achieve sex erection)
fixated at oral psychsexual
manipulated personality
fixated at anal stage
obsessive organization or neatness
8 terms
PRINCETON REVIEW
History
Instructor Qualifications
Real LSAT questions?
Course
- started off offering only SAT classes, but then began hasti…
- advertise a 98% score requirement for their LSAT course ins…
- also use simulated LSAT questions, use them in all hw, less…
Fundamentals... Ultimate (12 point average score increase based…
History
- started off offering only SAT classes, but then began hasti…
Instructor Qualifications
- advertise a 98% score requirement for their LSAT course ins…
31 terms
Princeton vocab
Philanthropist
Respite
Reticent
Revered
Someone who benefits mankind
Rest
Reluctant
Honored
Philanthropist
Someone who benefits mankind
Respite
Rest
75 terms
PRINCETON VOCAB
banal
temper
extol
erratic
common, dull, ordinary
to moderate
to praise
irregular
banal
common, dull, ordinary
temper
to moderate
100 terms
Princeton Words
indifferent
apathy
obscure
ambiguous
not caring one way or another, lacking a preference, neutral
lack of emotion or interest
unlcear, clouded, partially hidden, hard to understand
having more than one meaning, vague
indifferent
not caring one way or another, lacking a preference, neutral
apathy
lack of emotion or interest
60 terms
Princeton Vocab
Peripheral
Taciturn
Apprehensive
Expedient
On the edge unimportant
Quiet uncommunicative silent
Fearful worried
Advantageous convenient
Peripheral
On the edge unimportant
Taciturn
Quiet uncommunicative silent
Princeton Vocab
Acquiesce
Affable
Assuage
Astute
Agree
Friendly
Reduce pain
Clever
Acquiesce
Agree
Affable
Friendly
12 terms
Princeton 20
Superficial
provincial
parochial
brevity
shallow
simple
narrow minded
shortness
Superficial
shallow
provincial
simple
Princeton Review
Grim
Austere
Quell
Proclivity
: unpleasant or shocking to see or think about
: simple or plain : not fancy... Strict or severe
: to end or stop (something) usually by using force
: a strong natural liking for something that is usually bad :…
Grim
: unpleasant or shocking to see or think about
Austere
: simple or plain : not fancy... Strict or severe
10 terms
Princeton 19
Thrifty
Closefisted
rife
voluminous
economical
stingy
abundant
large quantity
Thrifty
economical
Closefisted
stingy
15 terms
princeton 9
Clandestine
coup
enmity
heresy
secretive
highly successful
hatred
opinion
Clandestine
secretive
coup
highly successful
48 terms
Princeton Word List
Aggregate
Annex
Bastion
Brazen
a whole formed by combining several (typically disparate) ele…
append or add as an extra or subordinate part, especially to…
(n.) a fortified place, stronghold
Bold and without shame
Aggregate
a whole formed by combining several (typically disparate) ele…
Annex
append or add as an extra or subordinate part, especially to…
24 terms
Princeton Behaviour
Neurons
Action Potentials
Synaptic Transmission
Whether a neuron fires an action poten…
Specialized cells that transmit and process information from…
Electrochemical impulses that transmit information in between…
When an action potential reaches the end of an axon at a syna…
The information of many synapses feeding into a neuron is int…
Neurons
Specialized cells that transmit and process information from…
Action Potentials
Electrochemical impulses that transmit information in between…
12 terms
Princeton 18
reproach
repudiate
reprove
rebuff
scold
reject
criticize
refuse
reproach
scold
repudiate
reject
14 terms
Princeton 10
facile
incontrovertible
jurisprudence
vindicate
easily accomplished
not open to question
the science or philosophy of law
free from blame
facile
easily accomplished
incontrovertible
not open to question
60 terms
Princeton Exam
Princeton Exam 2-60
Constitution as ratified in 1788 most…
Which most accurately describes the Fe…
A S.C that demonstrates a willingness…
...
B: Principle of limited Gov
C: Collection of essays arguing the merits of the constitution
A: Judicial Activism
Princeton Exam 2-60
...
Constitution as ratified in 1788 most…
B: Principle of limited Gov
Princeton Review Vocab 1
Abject
Equanimity
Abrogate
Chorleric
Pitiful; After losing all her money, falling into a puddle, a…
Composure; Even though he had just been fired, Mr. Simms show…
Abolish; The Bill of Rights assures that the government canno…
Easily made angry; bad tempered
Abject
Pitiful; After losing all her money, falling into a puddle, a…
Equanimity
Composure; Even though he had just been fired, Mr. Simms show…
Chapter 4 Princeton Review
element
atom
neutron
electron
substance that cannot be broken down into a simper substance
smallest particles of an element that retains it's chemical i…
-found inside the nucleus... -neutral; 0 charge... -mass is about 1…
-found surrounded outside the nucleus in an orbital... -elementa…
element
substance that cannot be broken down into a simper substance
atom
smallest particles of an element that retains it's chemical i…
68 terms
Chapter 13 Princeton Review
carbon atom hold up to
organic compounds
isomers
hydrocarbons
four bonds
-soluble in nonpolar solvents... -not water soluble... -dont dissoc…
two compounds that have completely different chemical propert…
compound that contains only carbon and hydrogen
carbon atom hold up to
four bonds
organic compounds
-soluble in nonpolar solvents... -not water soluble... -dont dissoc…
35 terms
Chapter 7 Princeton Review
periodic trends
electrons
family
active metals
-elements in the same period (horizontal row) have electrons…
-participate in chemical bonds... -behavior of valence electrons…
collection of elements from the same vertical group that have…
members of the alkali and alkanie earth families that are hig…
periodic trends
-elements in the same period (horizontal row) have electrons…
electrons
-participate in chemical bonds... -behavior of valence electrons…
Princeton Review Set 1
Condescending
Augment
Complement
Compromised
Looking down upon someone | patronizing; disdainful | "Debbie…
To make larger | amplify; enlarge | "We need to augment the c…
Something that completes your ought perfectly | enhancement |…
To make vulnerable | exposed; revealed | "The security of the…
Condescending
Looking down upon someone | patronizing; disdainful | "Debbie…
Augment
To make larger | amplify; enlarge | "We need to augment the c…
Princeton Review Set 2
Coerced
Coherent
Charisma
Chronicle
Use of force or intimidation to get results | intimidation; p…
Logically connected or consisted | clear | Mike's speech wasn…
Personal magnetism or charm | charm, appeal | Having charisma…
A record or history | A way to chronicle your life is to have…
Coerced
Use of force or intimidation to get results | intimidation; p…
Coherent
Logically connected or consisted | clear | Mike's speech wasn…
189 terms
The PRINCETON Review
shovel
hammock
furnace
cod
铲子
吊床
火炉
鳕鱼,哄骗
shovel
铲子
hammock
吊床
Princeton #2
Innocuous
Banal
Ambiguous
Anarchy
Harmless; insignificant
Commonplace; dull; ordinary
Unclear; undecided
Lack of government; chaos
Innocuous
Harmless; insignificant
Banal
Commonplace; dull; ordinary
SSAT vocabulary Princeton Review
Abbreviation
Abdicate
Abhor
Abrupt
A shortened form of a word or phrase.
Renounce (give up)ones throne.... To fail to fulfill or undertake.
Regard with disgust or hatred.
Sudden and unexpected.
Abbreviation
A shortened form of a word or phrase.
Abdicate
Renounce (give up)ones throne.... To fail to fulfill or undertake.
159 terms
Princeton quizzlet
habitual
investigate
consider
meander
routine
study
ponder
roam
habitual
routine
investigate
study
5 terms
Princeton Academy
impartial
impeccable
impecunious
impede
adj. not biased, fair
adj. without fault
adj. having no money
v. to block, delay, to place obstacles in the way of
impartial
adj. not biased, fair
impeccable
adj. without fault
102 terms
Princeton 100
enigma
apathy
Indifferent
revere
a mystery; hard to understand or explain
lack of emotion or interest
having no preference
to worship; to honor
enigma
a mystery; hard to understand or explain
apathy
lack of emotion or interest
16 terms
The Princeton Review
tenuous
profuse
rife with
replete with
...
...
...
...
tenuous
...
profuse
...
The Princeton Review
Obfuscate
Elation
Euphoric
Fruition
Render obscure
Great happiness
Characterized by or feeling intense excitement and happiness
The point at which a plan or project is realized
Obfuscate
Render obscure
Elation
Great happiness
Princeton GRE
Ennui
Equivocate
Ingenuous
Inured
dissatisfaction and restlessness resulting from boredom or ap…
to use ambiguous language with a deceptive intent
artless; rank and candid; lacking in sophistication
accustomed to accepting something undesirable
Ennui
dissatisfaction and restlessness resulting from boredom or ap…
Equivocate
to use ambiguous language with a deceptive intent
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