The app integrates a proven essential SAT ACT word list with modern information technology and lets students prepare SAT ACT through any device: smartphone, tablet, or desktop on the Internet. Powered by up-to-date information, education, and media resources, the app helps thousands of students successfully improve their SAT ACT vocabulary levels. Besides, it's safe and green and doesn't ask anyone to sign on or offer personal data.
This basic vocabulary is a set of common words for high school students who should master completely before college admission examines. For those who want to learn more words, 2000 SAT ACT Flashcards
is an excellent option to succeed.
The app categorizes all words into 30 lessons. In the lesson list, you can view the progress of each lesson, such as the ratio you passed or set as known and the date you worked for this lesson most recently.
In the beginning, a word is green; it means a new word. Passed or known words are shown in gray with a checked box. You may check the box directly to skip known words. You can use the checkbox to change into new/known status on demand.
This card straightforwardly shows the word's definition and helps you familiarize a new word easily and quickly. It also includes an example sentence to help you understand the word in context.
Used in Classics:
It offers use cases in classic literature, which are excellent samples to study the word in contexts. Let Mark Twain, Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, or other great authors show you how to use the word correctly.
Single Choice Test:
It's a regular word/explanation matching exercise that can check if you know a word in seconds. Each test form has one word and five options. The options are produced dynamically, which means students see different options every time.
By sound and explanation, guess and input the word. It will check your every strike on the keyboard. The test will terminate after three wrong guesses. This tool will test if students memorize the word and can use it in writing.