If you are used to learning new words with SAT vocabulary flashcards, you probably are looking for them. Either online or offline, it's hard to find out a set of flashcards that is exactly proper for your level or circumstance because each student has a different test goal and different vocabulary level. So, people hardly buy a set of existing SAT flashcards that happens to match their situation perfectly.
If you are lucky, you may get a set of SAT flashcards to meet your requirement. If you cannot get any satisfied SAT word flashcards, don't worry. This website offers a flexible way to print flashcards based on all its SAT vocabulary.
You can print flashcards of the SAT words in 2 types:
One-sided: One-sided flashcard shows words and definitions on the same side.
Double-sided:Double-sided flashcard shows words and definitions on different sides.
There are two page types to print one-sided cards and double-sided flashcards.
2. Hub of SAT Vocabulary Flashcards
All SAT vocabularies on this website can print both one-sided and double-sided flashcards for each word. Usually, an extensive vocabulary list covers small ones; focusing on big ones will avoid revisiting the same word multiple times. We suggest choosing a comprehensive list to work on.
For example, 3000 Common SAT Vocabulary is a good word list to make flashcards, whose words we categorize into 12 groups. We show links to one-sided SAT flashcards for the first two groups. You can negotiate with related buttons to print double-sided flashcards.
Two SAT vocabularies on the website provide each word with concise non-English definitions in nine languages. They are a great asset to help ESL (English as Second Language) students learn new words by adding mother language definitions onto flashcards.
We take 3000 Common SAT Vocabulary as an example; nine languages allow students to make SAT flashcards with home language definitions. Below are two links to double-sided flashcards with Russian explanations. They are for group 1 and group 2. (The vocabulary has 12 groups in total, we only show the first two groups there.)