The app integrates a proven common SAT ACT word list with modern information technology; and let students prepare SAT ACT test through any devices: smart phone, tablet, or desktop. It's safe and green, doesn't ask anyone to sign on or offer personal data. Powered by modern information, education, and media resource, the app helps thousands of students to improve SAT ACT vocabulary level successfully.
As we known, SAT ACT vocabulary usually has 3000-4000 words. The 1000 basic word list is a set of common words. High school students should master them completely before college admission examines. For some who have further pursue, 2000 SAT ACT Flash Cards
are a good option to succeed.
Lesson Progress: All words are categorized into 30 lessons. In lesson list, you can view progress of each lesson, such as ratio you passed or set as known, and the date you worked for this lesson most recently.
Passed Indicator: Passed or known words are shown in gray and with a checked box. You may check the box directly to skip known words. By default, a word is in green, it means a new word. You can use the check box to change new/known status on demand.
Definition Card: This card shows the word's definition in a straight way, helps you familiarize new words 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 great samples to study the word in contexts. Let Mark Twain, Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, or other great author show you how to use the word in right way.
Single Choice Test: It's an normal word/explanation matching exercise. Each test form has one word and 5 options. The options are produced dynamically; it means students see different options every time. The form can check if you know a word in seconds.
Spelling Test: By sound and explanation, guess and input the word. Tester's every strike on keyboard will be checked, and the test will terminate after 3 wrong guesses. This tool will test if students really memorize the word and can use it in writing.