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ACT and SAT Study Set 1--Strategies and Punctuation, Hinsdale Test Prep
75 questions
45 minutes
About 25%
Read the whole passage.
ACT/SAT ENGLISH FACT:... How many questions are on the ACT Engli…
ACT ENGLISH FACT:... How many minutes do I have to complete the…
ACT ENGLISH FACT:... About how many questions have "NO CHANGE" a…
STRATEGY... Should I focus on simply finding the error in the un…
75 questions
ACT/SAT ENGLISH FACT:... How many questions are on the ACT Engli…
45 minutes
ACT ENGLISH FACT:... How many minutes do I have to complete the…
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ACT and SAT Study Set 2, PRACTICE PROBLEMS (Strategies, Grammar, and Usage), Hinsdale Test Prep
A. NO CHANGE... Whenever there is a "--se…
G. plant,... Interrupting phrases that pr…
A. NO CHANGE... Culture is singular so ad…
G. parents argued, however,... However is…
A. NO CHANGE... Whenever there is a "--se…
G. plant,... Interrupting phrases that pr…
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SAT Prep words
affiliated
ascertain
cogent
expunge
(adj, part) associated, connected
(v) to find out
(adj) forceful, convincing; relevant, to the point
(v) to erase, obliterate, destroy
affiliated
(adj, part) associated, connected
ascertain
(v) to find out
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SAT Prep Words II
DEPLOY
CAVALIER
EGG
METE
to arranange strategically
carefree and nonchalant
to encourage or incite to action
to distribute by measure; to allot
DEPLOY
to arranange strategically
CAVALIER
carefree and nonchalant
20 terms
SAT prep: vocab words
redundant
verbose
debacle
averse
not or no longer needed or useful; superfluous.
using or expressed in more words than are needed.
a sudden and ignominious failure; a fiasco.
having a strong dislike of or opposition to something.
redundant
not or no longer needed or useful; superfluous.
verbose
using or expressed in more words than are needed.
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SAT PREP VOCABULARY WORDS
Abhor
Abridge
Aesthetic
Ambiguous
to loath or detest
to shorten
pertaining to beauty
unclear, having more than one meaning
Abhor
to loath or detest
Abridge
to shorten
500 terms
SAT VERITAS WORDS PREP
Synthesize
Advocate
Dogmatic
Deleterious
combine so as to form a more complex, product
to argue for or support a cause
Strongly opinionated; rigid; dictatoria
Harmful
Synthesize
combine so as to form a more complex, product
Advocate
to argue for or support a cause
96 terms
SAT Prep Words
ramshackle
ignominious
luminous
inscrutable
run down, messy
famous for a bad action
shining
mysterious
ramshackle
run down, messy
ignominious
famous for a bad action
245 terms
SAT Prep Words
Trough
Boasting
Entrails
Scrupulous
to talk with too much pride about something that you have or…
the organs inside the body of a person or an animal, especial…
careful about paying attention to every detail
Trough
Boasting
to talk with too much pride about something that you have or…
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SAT Prep - L Words
labyrinth
lacerate
lackadaisical
laconic
complicated maze or winding series of corridors
to rip, maul, tear, mutilate, or mangle
uncaring; lacking in interest or spirit
not saying much; brief; terse; concise; succinct
labyrinth
complicated maze or winding series of corridors
lacerate
to rip, maul, tear, mutilate, or mangle
98 terms
SAT Word Prep words
abhor
adulation
amicable
anachronism
regard of disgust or hatred
excessive admiration or praise
spirit of friendliness
an act of attributing a custom, event, or object to a period…
abhor
regard of disgust or hatred
adulation
excessive admiration or praise
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SAT Prep words
haughty
supercilious
pretentious
complacent
behaving in an unfriendly way towards other people because yo…
behaving towards other people as if you think you are better…
attempting to impress by affecting greater importance, talent…
feeling satisfaction with yourself or with a situation, so th…
haughty
behaving in an unfriendly way towards other people because yo…
supercilious
behaving towards other people as if you think you are better…
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SAT Prep Words #7
amend
corrosive
discern
implicate
(v) to change in a formal way; to change for the better
(adj) eating away gradually, bitterly sarcastic
(v) to see clearly, recognize
(v) to involve in; connect with or be related to
amend
(v) to change in a formal way; to change for the better
corrosive
(adj) eating away gradually, bitterly sarcastic
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SAT / ACT Prep Words
absolve
abstract
corrosion
accessible
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
Destruction by chemical action. "The ......... of the girders…
easy to approach; obtainable. (We asked our guide whether the…
absolve
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
abstract
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
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SAT prep words 1
Counterfeit
Hamper
Kindle
Enfranchise
A fraudulent imitation of something else, forgery
A large basket for laundry
Light or set fire
Give the right to vote
Counterfeit
A fraudulent imitation of something else, forgery
Hamper
A large basket for laundry
251 terms
SAT / ACT Prep Words
absolve
abstract
corrosion
accessible
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
Destruction by chemical action. "The ......... of the girders…
easy to approach; obtainable. (We asked our guide whether the…
absolve
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
abstract
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
SAT Prep words #4
Incredulity
Morose
penchant
symmetry
disbelief
gloomy or depressed
a tendency or strong desire
an arrangement of balanced or harmonious proportions
Incredulity
disbelief
Morose
gloomy or depressed
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100 SAT Words (Prep By Prep)
abbreviate
abstinence
adulation
adversity
(v) to shorten, abridge
(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., ea…
(n) high praise
(n) misfortune, an unfavorable turn of events
abbreviate
(v) to shorten, abridge
abstinence
(n) the act of refraining from pleasurable activity, e.g., ea…
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SAT Prep Vocab Words
Aboveboard
Abstemious
Abstruse
Abut
honest
avoiding extremes, especially in eating and drinking
hard to understand
to touch upon, border on, be next to
Aboveboard
honest
Abstemious
avoiding extremes, especially in eating and drinking
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SAT Prep Words
Acerbic
Acrid
Admonish
Advocate
sour or bitter in taste
strong and sharp, as a taste
scold or reprimand; take to task
a person who pleads for person, cause, or idea
Acerbic
sour or bitter in taste
Acrid
strong and sharp, as a taste
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SAT PREP WORDS
aesthetic
eclectic
enigma
anomalous
appealing to the sense of beauty
from a variety
a puzzle/riddle
deviating from norm
aesthetic
appealing to the sense of beauty
eclectic
from a variety
500 terms
SAT prep words
Abandon
Abate
Abet
Abjure
total lack of inhibition
to decrease, to reduce
to aid; to act as an accomplice
to renounce under oath; to abandon forever; to abstain from
Abandon
total lack of inhibition
Abate
to decrease, to reduce
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New SAT words prep
Abstinent
Abysmal
Acquiesce
Acumen
voluntarily not doing something
Extremely hopless
sour
Mental sharpness
Abstinent
voluntarily not doing something
Abysmal
Extremely hopless
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SAT prep words
Loathe
Reprimand
Lackluster
Caustic
To hate
To show sharp disapproval
Dull
Sarcastic
Loathe
To hate
Reprimand
To show sharp disapproval
251 terms
SAT / ACT Prep Words
absolve
abstract
corrosion
accessible
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
Destruction by chemical action. "The ......... of the girders…
easy to approach; obtainable. (We asked our guide whether the…
absolve
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
abstract
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
10 terms
SAT Prep Words
laudable
mirth
nebulous
ominous
praiseworthy
merriment
cloudy, confusing, or vague
predictive of evil or harm
laudable
praiseworthy
mirth
merriment
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SAT prep words
askew
aspire
bizarre
blather
out of line
hopes of achieving
strange
talk without making sense
askew
out of line
aspire
hopes of achieving
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Root Words (SAT Prep)
aco(u)
act, ag
agog(ue), agogy
agon, agonist
to hear, hearing
to act, to do, to drive
to lead, leader, guiding, inducing
struggle, content
aco(u)
to hear, hearing
act, ag
to act, to do, to drive
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SAT word prep
corroborate
cipher
breadth
farrago
to support
a zero
width
a careless or confused mixture
corroborate
to support
cipher
a zero
251 terms
SAT / ACT Prep Words
absolve
abstract
corrosion
accessible
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
Destruction by chemical action. "The ......... of the girders…
easy to approach; obtainable. (We asked our guide whether the…
absolve
pardon; free from blame. "The father confessor ......... him…
abstract
theoretical; not concrete; non traditional. "To him hunger wa…
43 terms
SAT Prep Words
Bolstered:
Doggedness:
Infallibility:
Dispelled:
Support or strengthen, reenforce; prop up
Persistence; stubbornness
Immunity from error and any possibility of error.
Driven away; made to disappear
Bolstered:
Support or strengthen, reenforce; prop up
Doggedness:
Persistence; stubbornness
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Sat prep words
Acrid
Boorish
Cynical
Epistle
Sharp; pungent
Ill mannered
Believing that people act only out of selfish motives
A letter (mail)
Acrid
Sharp; pungent
Boorish
Ill mannered
231 terms
SAT prep words
sartorial
debacle
condign
ephemerally
tailored
collapse
deserved
transistently
sartorial
tailored
debacle
collapse
15 terms
Sat prep words
Zealot
Meticulous
Glutton
Whimsical
Noun fanatic person who shows excessive zeal
Adj excessively careful
Noun someone who eats too much
Adjective capricious
Zealot
Noun fanatic person who shows excessive zeal
Meticulous
Adj excessively careful
12 terms
SAT Prep Words
Abnegate
Abominable
Aboriginal
Aborigines
v. To renounce ( a right or privilege)
adj. Very hateful
adj. Primitive; unsophisticated
n. The original of earliest known inhabitants of a country
Abnegate
v. To renounce ( a right or privilege)
Abominable
adj. Very hateful
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Sat prep words
Accede
Contemporary
Disseminate
Eloquence
Give in agree to 2 take office
Living or occurring at the same time 2 occurring in the present
Scatter or spread widely ( hint think deer running away after…
Flowing and persuasive speech or writjng ( hint think of pres…
Accede
Give in agree to 2 take office
Contemporary
Living or occurring at the same time 2 occurring in the present
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Sat prep words
Equilateral
Proliferated
Cohesive
Cursory
Has equal sides
Reproduced rabidly
Held together, United
Hasty
Equilateral
Has equal sides
Proliferated
Reproduced rabidly
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Sat prep words
Instigate
Recount
Mollify
Proximity
Urge\start ... Verb
Narrate or tell ... Verb
Soothe... Verb
Nearness... Noun
Instigate
Urge\start ... Verb
Recount
Narrate or tell ... Verb
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SAT prep words
abject
acolade
Abtruse
Demagouge
hopeless, extremely sad and servile; defeated
an honor; an award
hard to understand
a leader of the people, but not in a good sense of the word
abject
hopeless, extremely sad and servile; defeated
acolade
an honor; an award
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SAT PREP vocab words
altruistic
ambivalent
angular
arrogant
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous
having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
lean; sharp cornered; gaunt
overbearingly assuming; insolently proud
altruistic
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others, generous
ambivalent
having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain as to course…
31 terms
SAT Word Prep
Heresy
Terse
Hiatus
Languid
opinion profoundly at odds with what is generally accepted
abrupt
a pause or gap in a sequence, series, or process
weak from illness
Heresy
opinion profoundly at odds with what is generally accepted
Terse
abrupt
26 terms
SAT Prep Words
Mobility
Supremacy
Opaque
Stanza
Ability to move or be moved
The state of being supreme, or having the most power
Not transparent, hard to understand
Section of a poem
Mobility
Ability to move or be moved
Supremacy
The state of being supreme, or having the most power
24 terms
SAT Prep - L Words
labyrinth
lacerate
lackadaisical
laconic
complicated maze or winding series of corridors
to rip, maul, tear, mutilate, or mangle
uncaring; lacking in interest or spirit
not saying much; brief; terse; concise; succinct
labyrinth
complicated maze or winding series of corridors
lacerate
to rip, maul, tear, mutilate, or mangle
10 terms
SAT Prep Vocab Words
Abase
Abet
Abjure
Abomination
v. to humiliate; to lower in esteem or dignity; to humble
v. to support or encourage someone, especially someone who ha…
v. to repudiate; to take back; to refrain from
n. something despised or hated; extreme loathing
Abase
v. to humiliate; to lower in esteem or dignity; to humble
Abet
v. to support or encourage someone, especially someone who ha…
8 terms
Sat prep words
Deft
Diminish
Meander
Quell
Neatly skillful
become less
Following a winding course
Putting an end to a rebellion, usually by force
Deft
Neatly skillful
Diminish
become less
10 terms
SAT PREP WORDS
Fortuitous
Impetuous
Assiduous
Jubilation
Lucky
Rash, impulsive
Hard-working
Joy
Fortuitous
Lucky
Impetuous
Rash, impulsive
20 terms
Sat Prep words
Acuity
Acumen
Aplomb
Apposite
Insight, discernment
Quickness of understanding and acting
Self-confidence, assurance
Pertinate, fit for the purpose
Acuity
Insight, discernment
Acumen
Quickness of understanding and acting
10 terms
SAT Prep Vocab Words
Acerbic
Acrid
Derisive
Despondent
Sharp and forthright
Unpleasantly bitter or pungent
Expressing contempt or ridicule
In low spirit from loss of hope or courage
Acerbic
Sharp and forthright
Acrid
Unpleasantly bitter or pungent
10 terms
SAT Prep Words
Augment
Anecdote
Circumscribe
Abase
To make larger
A short amusing story
To draw a line around or enclose
Deprive of self-esteem, confidence
Augment
To make larger
Anecdote
A short amusing story
Sat prep words
Altercation
Wither
Elfin
Defame
Comfintatiom
Dying procedures
Little
Bad reputations
Altercation
Comfintatiom
Wither
Dying procedures
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