Sat most common words 1000
SAT Vocabulary Flash Cards by Joel LehmanThis book contains 1000 flash cards for the most common words that appear on the SAT. Each word has two pages; the first page simply has the word itself on it, while the second page has the definition. The idea is to only look at the second page after you have tried to remember what it means. With daily practice you can soon have all of these important SAT words under your belt.
Most Common GRE / SAT Vocabulary Words! - Pronunciation, Definition, & Examples
100 Most Common SAT Words
If you've read this previous post , you should know that the single most important thing required to do well on critical reading is to memorize vocabulary. It's also probably the single most painful thing to do when studying for the SAT's. When you look at what some students go through to cram some vocab in their heads, it's no wonder most students don't bother. Stacks of flash cards sprawled out across the desk. Not knowing which words to review. Wasting time flipping through words you already know.
Studying SAT vocab is a confusing topic for most students. It's unclear how many words you should memorize, which words to learn, and how to actually memorize these words without wasting time. If you think you need to memorize a list of 2, SAT vocab words you found on the internet, stop right there. We're about to save you a lot of time while delivering the same results. In this guide, we'll discuss which words you should memorize and go over a reliable way to commit these words to memory.
We have selected words for you to help you reach the right level for the SAT. There are 10 word lists with one hundred words each to make for easier learning. Keep a notebook with you when you do any SAT verbal test so that you can compile your own personal word list. Look up the words in a good dictionary. Regular vocabulary work does get results. Some students mistakenly think that learning words is a waste since the chances of the words appearing on the actual SAT test is low.