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285 terms
SAT practice
Ascetic
Innocuous
Banal
Ameliorate
No induldgence or luxuries
Harmless or insignificant
Commonplace, ordinary, prosaic
To improve
Ascetic
No induldgence or luxuries
Innocuous
Harmless or insignificant
285 terms
SAT practice
Ascetic
Innocuous
Banal
Ameliorate
No induldgence or luxuries
Harmless or insignificant
Commonplace, ordinary, prosaic
To improve
Ascetic
No induldgence or luxuries
Innocuous
Harmless or insignificant
17 terms
SAT Writing Practice 1
Commas
Apostrophe
Semicolon
Colon
-lists ... - on each side of an appositive ... - sperate dependent…
- possession: after noun of possession (Alison's)... - contracti…
- separate 2 INDEPENDENT CLAUSES ... **when in doubt leave it ou…
-after independent clause to introduce a follow up statement…
Commas
-lists ... - on each side of an appositive ... - sperate dependent…
Apostrophe
- possession: after noun of possession (Alison's)... - contracti…
52 terms
SAT Practice
Cacophony
Bastion
Abscond
Adverse
A harsh, discordant mixture of sounds
a fortified place, stronghold
to leave secretly
going against; opposing; unfavorable; hostile
Cacophony
A harsh, discordant mixture of sounds
Bastion
a fortified place, stronghold
38 terms
SAT/ACT Probability Practice
143
35, 145, 25
88
x=1
find n
find x,y, and z
find angle 2
solve, graph both lines on a coordinate grid to confirm (test…
143
find n
35, 145, 25
find x,y, and z
9 terms
SAT Vocabulary Practice
Conviction
Ponderous
Arbitrary
Condone
noun, judgement that someone is guilty of a crime, strongly h…
(adj) heavy; bulky and unwieldy; dull, labored... weighty; slow…
determined by chance or impulse... Random... (adj.) unreasonable; b…
to overlook, pardon, or disregard... To overlook; to permit to h…
Conviction
noun, judgement that someone is guilty of a crime, strongly h…
Ponderous
(adj) heavy; bulky and unwieldy; dull, labored... weighty; slow…
52 terms
SAT Practice
Cacophony
Bastion
Abscond
Adverse
A harsh, discordant mixture of sounds
a fortified place, stronghold
to leave secretly
going against; opposing; unfavorable; hostile
Cacophony
A harsh, discordant mixture of sounds
Bastion
a fortified place, stronghold
60 terms
SAT Word Practice
Meticulous
Indignant
Ominous
Contemptous
Doing things very carefully, with great attention and detail
Being upset over something that is unfair
Giving the impression that something is going to happen
Behaving as though other people are inferior or a joke
Meticulous
Doing things very carefully, with great attention and detail
Indignant
Being upset over something that is unfair
143 terms
SAT Vocab Practice
antiquated
gullible
furtive
feasible
old-fashioned; obsolete
easily deceived
stealthy; sneaky
practical
antiquated
old-fashioned; obsolete
gullible
easily deceived
20 terms
SAT Math Practice 2
quadratic formula
distance formula
slope formula
The Pythagorean Theorem
the slope of a line is rise (vertical change) over run (horiz…
In a right triangle, the two smaller sides (a and b) are each…
quadratic formula
distance formula
10 terms
SAT Practice Test
veranda
reluctant
implication
exclusionary
a porch along the outside of a building
Unwilling
something suggested
A rule that provides that otherwise admissible evidence canno…
veranda
a porch along the outside of a building
reluctant
Unwilling
27 terms
SAT Practice
dispute
resolve
divisive
overcome
disagreement
(v, n) find a solution to; firmly decide to do something; dec…
creating conflict
get over
dispute
disagreement
resolve
(v, n) find a solution to; firmly decide to do something; dec…
21 terms
SAT Practice
Abate
Abridge
Abstemious
Abstract
Grow less in intensity or degree
Reduce (a text) in length
Sparing in eating and drinking
Not concrete
Abate
Grow less in intensity or degree
Abridge
Reduce (a text) in length
474 terms
SAT practice
abase
abbess
abbey
abbot
To lower in position, estimation, or the like; degrade.
The lady superior of a nunnery.
The group of buildings which collectively form the dwelling-p…
The superior of a community of monks.
abase
To lower in position, estimation, or the like; degrade.
abbess
The lady superior of a nunnery.
15 terms
SAT PRACTICE
pithy
brevity
loquacious
eloquence
brief and full of meaning and substance; concise
briefness, shortness
overly talkative
talkative; loquacious; expressive
pithy
brief and full of meaning and substance; concise
brevity
briefness, shortness
84 terms
SAT/ACT Math Rules/Practice
quadratic formula
slope formula
integers
rationals
[-b ± √(b² - 4ac)] / (2a)
(y₂- y₁) / (x₂- x₁)
..., -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, ...
fractions (anything expessable as a ratio of integers)
quadratic formula
[-b ± √(b² - 4ac)] / (2a)
slope formula
(y₂- y₁) / (x₂- x₁)
40 terms
SAT Practice
abate
abdicate
abhorent
abort
to reduce in degree or intensity (verb)
to give up or renounce (verb)
detestable (adj)
to terminate (verb)
abate
to reduce in degree or intensity (verb)
abdicate
to give up or renounce (verb)
172 terms
SAT practice
abridge
abstract
academic
acclaim
condense; shorten
theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational
related to education; not practical or directly useful
applaud; announce with great approval
abridge
condense; shorten
abstract
theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational
24 terms
SAT Practice
Brevity (BREV-ih-tee)... -For the sake of…
Concise (cun-SISE)... -A CONCISE explanat…
Laconic (luh-CAHN-ik)... -Because the sen…
Pithy (PIH-thee) ... -For the yearbook Je…
noun. briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
adjective. using few words in speaking or writing
adjective. using few words in speech
adjective. brief and full of meaning and substance; concise
Brevity (BREV-ih-tee)... -For the sake of…
noun. briefness or conciseness in speech or writing
Concise (cun-SISE)... -A CONCISE explanat…
adjective. using few words in speaking or writing
143 terms
SAT Vocab Practice
antiquated
gullible
furtive
feasible
old-fashioned; obsolete
easily deceived
stealthy; sneaky
practical
antiquated
old-fashioned; obsolete
gullible
easily deceived
76 terms
SAT Idioms Practice
with
with
of
of
Serious journalists always attempt to cover their subject mat…
The mediator, having negotiated a final trade agreement betwe…
Setting herself up as a preserver of the classical tradition…
Longtime fans were most critical _______ Spielberg's latest f…
with
Serious journalists always attempt to cover their subject mat…
with
The mediator, having negotiated a final trade agreement betwe…
29 terms
SAT Practice Test- Writing
Since last September Patty (has been w…
To help freshman and sophomores in sel…
The landscape artist who designed New…
In (areas where deer roam freely), res…
A
D
D
A
Since last September Patty (has been w…
A
To help freshman and sophomores in sel…
D
20 terms
SAT Practice
Adroit
Amicable
Averse
Belligerent
(adj.) skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind [Syn.…
(adj.) peaceable, friendly [Syn. Neighborly; Ant. Hostile]
(adj.) having a deep-seated distaste; opposed, unwilling [Syn…
(adj.) given to fighting, warlike; combative, aggressive [
Adroit
(adj.) skillful, expert in the use of the hands or mind [Syn.…
Amicable
(adj.) peaceable, friendly [Syn. Neighborly; Ant. Hostile]
12 terms
SAT 7 Spelling Practice
freight
foreign
receive
receiver
freight
foreign
100 terms
My SAT practice
Abbreviate
abstain
Adulation
adversity
Shorten,abridge
act of refraing from
high praise
misfortune, troubles
Abbreviate
Shorten,abridge
abstain
act of refraing from
30 terms
SAT Practice Test-Math
If 10 + x is more than 10, what is the…
The result when a number is divided by…
In a certain store, the regular price…
If the function of (f) is defined by f…
10
0
$6
6x+12
If 10 + x is more than 10, what is the…
10
The result when a number is divided by…
0
380 terms
SAT Practice words
Vitriolic
Amorphous
Kudos
Peevish/ Carping/ Petulant/ Querulous
Burning, bitter... They had treated the flag in a vitriolic way…
No definite form... Energy is an amorphous it is neither solid,…
Praise, distinct... After he had shot the cans with precision hi…
Complaining, uncomfortable... As the weather got hotter and the…
Vitriolic
Burning, bitter... They had treated the flag in a vitriolic way…
Amorphous
No definite form... Energy is an amorphous it is neither solid,…
27 terms
SAT Practice - Set 1
Comely-adjective
Foreboding-noun
Diffidence-noun
Syncopated-adjective
very pleasing to the eye
an unfavorable omen, a feeling of evil to come
lack of self-confidence, shyness
stressing a normally weak beat
Comely-adjective
very pleasing to the eye
Foreboding-noun
an unfavorable omen, a feeling of evil to come
25 terms
SAT Practice #9
Neutral
Distinguish
Incredulous
Diverse
Not taking the part of either side in a dispute or wat;of bo…
To mark off as different; to recognize as distinct; to make p…
Disinclined or indisposed to believe;indicating disbelief
If a different kind, unlike; of various kinds,varied
Neutral
Not taking the part of either side in a dispute or wat;of bo…
Distinguish
To mark off as different; to recognize as distinct; to make p…
25 terms
SAT Vocabulary Practice Lesson 2
abdicate
affectation
arbitrary
beseech
t... to give up a position, right, or power
(n) fake behavior (such as in speech or dress) adopted to giv…
Random
to beg, plead, implore
abdicate
t... to give up a position, right, or power
affectation
(n) fake behavior (such as in speech or dress) adopted to giv…
75 terms
SAT Vocabulary List Practice
Analyze
Assuage
Anachronistic
Accolade
to study (something) closely and carefully : to learn the nat…
to make less severe, ease, relieve
outdated, inappropriate for its time period
praise, distinction
Analyze
to study (something) closely and carefully : to learn the nat…
Assuage
to make less severe, ease, relieve
12 terms
SAT Practice #12
congenial
conviction
deference
pretension
agreeable or suitable in nature
a firm belief; the act of convicting or state of being convic…
respectful yielding of the opinion or will of another
a claim to something; an unwarranted or false clain, as to me…
congenial
agreeable or suitable in nature
conviction
a firm belief; the act of convicting or state of being convic…
15 terms
SAT Practice
abhor
bigot
counterfeit
enfranchise
to act with a lot of dislike
an individual who doesn't care for others opinions
something fake acting real
doing something as a citizen would
abhor
to act with a lot of dislike
bigot
an individual who doesn't care for others opinions
76 terms
SAT Prepositions Practice
by
in
to
of
Jill was never willing to abide _____ the rules, even when th…
Even at age seven, Sammy displayed tremendous ability _____ m…
According to the survey, voters were awed by the legislators'…
I never cared much for history until meeting a professor ____…
by
Jill was never willing to abide _____ the rules, even when th…
in
Even at age seven, Sammy displayed tremendous ability _____ m…
10 terms
SAT practice
around
both
self
time
circum
ambi
auto
chrono
around
circum
both
ambi
82 terms
SAT PRACTICE
Abide
Acrimony
Adorn
Aesthetic
Tolerate
Bitterness
Decorate
Relating to beauty
Abide
Tolerate
Acrimony
Bitterness
119 terms
SAT Vocab Practice
Stolid
Besiege
Sanguine
Besmirch
ADJ: Having or revealing little emotion or sensibility; not e…
V: harass, as with questions or requests; cause to feel distr…
ADJ: cheerful, optimistic... The sanguine girl always had a "we…
V: Damage the good name and reputation of someone... He besmirch…
Stolid
ADJ: Having or revealing little emotion or sensibility; not e…
Besiege
V: harass, as with questions or requests; cause to feel distr…
11 terms
SAT Practice
Credulous
Ad hominem
Euphemism
Malady
Gullible
Personal attach
To make something sound better than it is
Disease
Credulous
Gullible
Ad hominem
Personal attach
17 terms
SAT Practice #10
Spontaneous
stringent
temperament
tyrannical
coming or resulting from a natural impulse or tendency
rigorously binding or exacting; strict
the combination of mental and emotional traits of a person; n…
unjustly cruel or severe
Spontaneous
coming or resulting from a natural impulse or tendency
stringent
rigorously binding or exacting; strict
22 terms
sat practice
conjecture
surmise
enumerate
substantiate
An inference based upon guesswork; a supposition
to infer without complete evidence
to list off
to prove/ strengthen
conjecture
An inference based upon guesswork; a supposition
surmise
to infer without complete evidence
25 terms
sat practice
lobby for
preclude
ascertain
consolidate
attempting to influence decisions made by officials in the go…
prevent from happening; make impossible.
find (something) out for certain; make sure of.
make stronger
lobby for
attempting to influence decisions made by officials in the go…
preclude
prevent from happening; make impossible.
25 terms
SAT practice
abate
abridge
abstemious
abstract
subside, decrease, lessen
condense or shorten
sparing in eating or drinking
theoretical, not concrete
abate
subside, decrease, lessen
abridge
condense or shorten
43 terms
SAT Practice
mitigate
diminution
ascendancy
pretentious
v; appease; mederate
n; lessening; reduction in size
n; controlling influence; domination
adj; ostectatious; pompous; making unjustified claims; overly…
mitigate
v; appease; mederate
diminution
n; lessening; reduction in size
31 terms
SAT PRACTICE
apathetic
bolster
arbitrary
ambiguous
lacking interest, concern, emotion
support or reinforce
determined by impulse, chance
vague or unclear
apathetic
lacking interest, concern, emotion
bolster
support or reinforce
33 terms
SAT Practice
Remuneration
Talisman
Bilk
Engender
payment for work done
lucky charm
cheat; defraud
cause
Remuneration
payment for work done
Talisman
lucky charm
81 terms
SAT practice
render
prescriptive
impugned
bifucation
make; do; deliver; provide
relating to enforcement of rule of method
dispute the truth or validity
division into two branches or parts
render
make; do; deliver; provide
prescriptive
relating to enforcement of rule of method
140 terms
SAT Practice
Undulate
Berate
Ostentatious
Harrowing
(v) to move in waves
(v) to scold vehemently
(adj) excessively showy, glitzy
(adj) greatly distressing, vexing
Undulate
(v) to move in waves
Berate
(v) to scold vehemently
37 terms
sat practice
abate
abdicate
abstain
adversity
becoming less in amount or intensity
give up , such as power , as of monarchs and emporors
choose not to comsume
a state of misfortune or affliction
abate
becoming less in amount or intensity
abdicate
give up , such as power , as of monarchs and emporors
30 terms
SAT PRACTICE
Balked
Balked
Balking
Bandy
A pirate -------- at walking the plank
Mary was injured when her horse ------ at the last jump
The judge was -------- the hearing until order was restored
Tricks or treaters like to ------- candy
Balked
A pirate -------- at walking the plank
Balked
Mary was injured when her horse ------ at the last jump
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