ACT Vocabulary Test by Dynamic SheetsNew test sheet  
Before the ACT exam, students usually try to enhance vocabulary as strong as possible. Although ACT isn't a pure English test, three of them mainly rely on English skills. Like all English tests, you cannot expect to get a high score with poor vocabulary. Vocabulary is definitely the base to think, talk, read, and write, which is the foundation of any language skills. To build ACT vocabulary, you need to study firstly, and then review known words to keep them refreshed.

This app, ACT Vocabulary Test Online, is a tool to help you do build ACT words. Within modern education methodology, the app runs on random practice. It has a built-in set of ACT word list, more than 1000, which is matched with the middle level of 12th-grade students and is highly useful in ACT papers.

It is a game-style app. You don't need a detail plan or schedule to use it. Anytime and anywhere, you can access its web pages and practice or test as long as you have the Internet. Some people use it as a tool to evaluate ACT vocabulary. Others use it to study new words or review known words. Based on lots of exercises, you may finally familiarize with the built-in vocabulary and keep them warm until the test day.

The primary functionality of the app is to make ACT word question sheets dynamically, and then hosts the sheets as online practices. Showing quizzes and auto checking answers are its core features. Besides, students can store the result of each test for further analyzing. For example, the data is useful to compare with either previous data or even others' data to improve performance.

The app has some extra features that similar tools hardly have. It includes a sample sentence for each word, which helps very much to learn new words. It also provides definitions of 20 languages for every word and let ESL students select mother language and integrate it with English explanation.

As we mentioned, the app needs to store your test data because its core features are relied on previous practices' results. So you should sign on before any activities. ACT Vocabulary Test Online is free. You can use a generic account (email/access code) to sign on. If you don't have an account yet, create one is only to take a few minutes. Sign on and start to enjoy this great web app!
Questions and Answers
 Demo Test Sheet

a.  E.g. Her studies of the primitive art forms of the aboriginal Indians were widely reported in the scientific journals.
Select answer:
beginning to exist or appear; in an early stage
causing damage or harm; injurious
being the first of its kind in a region; primitive; native
open to view; not secret or hidden
likely to fail or be inaccurate
Don't select.
a.  E.g. Audrey suffered from auditory hallucinations: she thought Elvis was speaking to her from the Great Beyond.
Select answer:
indicated or understood without expressed directly; not speaking; silent
gay in manner, appearance, or action; easy and carefree
abnormally pale; lacking intensity of color or luminousness
still in existence; not destroyed, lost, or extinct
pertaining to sense of hearing
Don't select.
a.  E.g. The decrepit car blocked traffic on the highway.
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essential; not imaginary; actual or real
occurring, growing, or settled at widely spaced intervals; not thick or dense
open to view; not secret or hidden
holding; having quality, power, or capacity of retaining, as to retain knowledge with ease
weakened, worn out, or broken down by old age, illness, or hard use
Don't select.
n.  E.g. The depravity of Caligula's behavior came to sicken even those who had willingly participated in his earlier, comparatively innocent orgies.
Select answer:
nonentity; worthless person or thing; zero
one who spoils pleasure or fun of others; spoilsport
liquid food made by boiling oatmeal
extreme corruption or degradation; wickedness
scornful treatment; insulting speech or conduct
Don't select.
n.  E.g. The tricksters fleece him of his inheritance.
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secret code; an Arabic numeral or figure; a number
heavy substance used to add stability or weight
rob; strip of money or other property unjustly, especially by trickery or fraud; ask unreasonable price
sudden sharp turn or twist; strange attitude or habit; peculiarity of behavior
person who loves mankind in general; very generous person or institution
Don't select.
a.  E.g. It is imprudent to exercise vigorously and become overheated when you are unwell.
Select answer:
detestable; extremely unpleasant; very bad
constant in application or attention; diligent; unceasing or persistent
lacking caution; injudicious; not attentive to consequence
displaying or by strong enthusiasm or devotion; passionate
unlikely; difficult to believe; dubious
Don't select.
a.  E.g. Brushing off Ali's apologies for having broken the wineglass, Tamara said, "Don't worry about it; it's inconsequential.".
Select answer:
sticky; gluey; having high resistance to flow
winding; bending in and out; not morally honest
equivalent in effect or value
insignificant; lacking importance; not following from premises or evidence; illogical
clear, transparent or bright; calm, untroubled, and without worry
Don't select.
v.  E.g. "Who knows what evil can lurk in the hearts of men? The Shadow knows.".
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degrade; debase, as in dignity or social standing
be responsible for; commit; do execute or perform, generally in bad sense
stealthily lie in waiting; exist unperceived
cause to go gently and smoothly through air or over water
draw out; bring forth or to light; generate or provoke as response or answer
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a.  E.g. Although Jane Austen sets her novels in small rural communities, her concerns are universal, not parochial,.
Select answer:
casual; brief or broad; not cautious, nor detailed
not thorough, constant or consistent; by chance
leading a wandering life with no fixed abode; changeable; unsettled
rash; moving rapidly and heedlessly; speeding headlong; occurring suddenly
narrow in outlook; related to local church community
Don't select.
a.  E.g. She found the snake repugnant and looked on it with loathing and fear.
Select answer:
unselfishly generous; concerned for others
rising in revolt against established authority; rebelling against leadership of political party
dark and gloomy; thick with fog; vague
overjoyed; extremely happy and excited
arousing disgust or aversion; offensive or repulsive; hateful
Don't select.
v.  E.g. Cherishing his solitude, the recluse wants to shun the company of other human beings.
Select answer:
avoid deliberately; keep away from
give authorization or approval to something; penalize a state, especially for violating international law
disprove; prove to be false or incorrect
arouse to action; motivate; induce to exist
show or demonstrate clearly; overcome; conquer
Don't select.
v.  E.g. He felt that everyone was trying to thwart his plans and prevent his success.
Select answer:
charge; accuse formally of a crime
hinder or prevent of ; frustrate
assent; agree without protesting
fall straight down; plunge; decline suddenly and steeply
support or prop up with or as if with a long narrow pillow or cushion
Don't select.

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