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List of SAT Vocabulary Words with Meanings for Better Preparation
Asked by: serena
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Posted on Fri, 3 Apr 2009 03:45:11 GMT
Question Description
I have prepared well for mathematics parts in SAT. But for English Critical Reading section, I am having trouble in memorizing vocabularies. I donít know how to mug up all those words. And I also donít know about the important words. It is not possible for me to memorize thousands of words so can someone help me in finding the list of only important words with their meanings for SAT. Thank you for your advice in advance.
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I do understand that mugging all those words isnít easy. But you may try it by making flash cards. Getting a studying partner will help a lot. If you do have a partner who can help you in studying, try learning words together. This will help you both in a same time to memorize words more effectively. Only learning the words will not help if you donít remember it for long. If you donít want to forget words youíve learnt, make a sentence using them or apply them into an essay you write for SAT.

If you want prepare for SAT vocabulary online, here is a cool game that can help: http://www.vocabulary.com/top144satwords.html.

Beside, you can also find important words at following pages:

100 important words:
http://www.che.eng.kmutt.ac.th/cheps/100_SAT_Words.pdf

350+ important words:
http://www.flashcardexchange.com/flashcards/view/560467

Flash cards of 100 most important SAT words:
http://quizlet.com/207969/100-most-common-sat-words-flash-cards/

I hope my answer will help. Good luck for you SAT test.

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Test_Spez answered 8 years and 5 months ago
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