SAT Vocabulary Test by Dynamic Sheets  
1. Overview

SAT General Test is for high school students who plan to apply for colleges and universities of the USA. To get better scores, some students enhance their vocabulary skills as a part of the effort to prepare SAT exam because vocabulary level plays a key role in all SAT sections, either reading or writing.

The web app, SAT Vocabulary Test Online, makes SAT word question sheets for test-takers to build stronger vocabulary.

The app's primary function is to produce SAT vocabulary question sheets in dynamic and random, and provide SAT vocabulary test page to host questions and your answers online. The test questions are based on a middle level SAT words list that is updated every half of year. This list is a high frequency SAT words collection, and is proven to be very helpful for test-takers.

If you think the candidate words aren't fit to your scenario, you can try Test Your Vocabulary Online. It's a generic online English vocabulary test app with Basic, Middle, and High level SAT words.


2. Test Sheet Demo

It is a test sheet sample to get quick experience; however, you cannot submit answers here. By Create test sheet you can create a real SAT vocabulary test sheet to answer and submit. Besides, if you want to save your results for future reference, you need to own an account and login. Details are in Questions and Answers.

ape
 
 
(1)
v.  E.g. You would be suspended for a week, if you ape the principal in front of the whole school like Tom.
Select answer:
take into custody; arrest a criminal; grasp mentally; perceive
imitate; mimic, as an ape imitates human actions
confirm; ratify; declare or make legally valid
fill with delight or wonder; put into a trance; attract
do a favor or service for; provide for; supply with; make suitable; adapt; allow for
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attribute
 
 
(2)
v.  E.g. I attribute her success in science to the encouragement she received from her parents.
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obtain for services of; arrange for the use of; pledge or promise, especially to marry
attract with something desirable; be highly, often subtly attractive
relate to particular cause or source; ascribe; explain
dash or dart off; move or jump suddenly
obtain or bargain for exemption or substitution; travel regularly from a place of residence to another place
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coronation
 
 
(3)
n.  E.g. When the witches told Macbeth he would be king, they failed to warn him he would lose his crown soon after his coronation.
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intense joy or delight; any overpowering emotion
wild party involving excessive drinking; unrestrained indulgence; secret rite in the cults of ancient
prescribed diet and habits; a systematic plan for therapy; governmental rule or control
ceremony of crowning queen or king
over-regulated administrative system
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enduring
 
 
(4)
a.  E.g. Keats believed in the enduring power of great art, which would outlast its creators' brief lives.
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closely and firmly united or packed together; briefly giving gist of something
of or relating to money; nation's currency; financial
lasting; surviving; long-suffering; patient
feeling or showing extreme anger; enraged
loose and not easily controlled; lacking in rigor or strictness
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gibberish
 
 
(5)
n.  E.g. True, the great majority of these would be gibberish, but writing a program that can screen out them is a difficult project.
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public records; place where public records are kept
similarity in some respects; comparison based on similarity
funeral director; one whose business is the management of funerals
length of time something lasts
unintelligible or nonsensical talk or writing; babbling
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hallucination
 
 
(6)
n.  E.g. He refused to believe that the angel was a hallucination.
Select answer:
partnership; alliance; association in the same family or society
mistaken opinion or idea; delusion; illusory perception
victim; object of hunt; hunted animal
object made by human beings; inaccurate observation, effect, or result
examination of dead body; post-mortem
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marshal
 
 
(7)
v.  E.g. At a debate tournament, speakers have only a minute or two to marshal their thoughts before they address their audience.
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correct inconsistencies; become friendly after a quarrel; become compatible or consistent
put in order; arrange or place something in line
struggle confusedly; move off in a confused hurry
declare or state with confidence; put oneself forward boldly
trespass; enter as an uninvited person
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mirage
 
 
(8)
n.  E.g. In economics, a mirage is a naturally occurring phenomenon in which economic statistics are bent to produce an image of a desired outcome.
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public records; place where public records are kept
unreal reflection; optical illusion
forewarning; warning in advance
inherent power or ability; body of persons with specific professional powers
quality of being novel; newness; something new and unusual
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prototype
 
 
(9)
n.  E.g. He introduced universal health care for all MA citizens and his prototype was the blueprint for what Arnold was introducing in CA.
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privilege; unquestionable right; exclusive power to command
act of overthrowing, pulling down, or destroying
brother or sister; member of a family born to the same parents
original work used as a model; original type
sudden downfall; complete disaster
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resolve
 
 
(10)
v.  E.g. They resolve never to drink in office again.
Select answer:
contract into wrinkles; grow together; form into fabric by intertwining
take into custody; arrest a criminal; grasp mentally; perceive
make a firm decision about; find a solution to
be unfaithful; reveal unconsciously or unwillingly
feel or express great, often malicious, pleasure or self-satisfaction
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slight
 
 
(11)
n.  E.g. “Countries like France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Ukraine, and the UK were all essentially flat or even in slight decline,” Telegeography says.
Select answer:
humiliation; debasement; decline to a lower condition, quality, or level
over-regulated administrative system
ornamental clasp; decorative pin worn by women
almost no; very little; deliberate discourtesy
wall painting; very large image applied directly to a wall or ceiling.
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yield
 
 
(12)
v.  E.g. The wounded knight refused to yield to his foe.
Select answer:
combine something into a larger whole; unite
compose, perform, or do something with little or no preparation
be thrifty; restrict or limit, as in amount or number
give in; surrender; give forth a natural product; be productive
undergo decay; infect, inflame, or corrupt;
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3. Result and Statistics

Through the app, you can challenge the built-in words list and familiarize yourself with them; every practice will improve your SAT vocabulary level. The app also offers some other fantastic merits; for example, you can save each test's result, and then analyze or compare with previous data, evaluate your progress. Such as:

SAT vocabulary test result report
SAT vocabulary test result report
SAT vocabulary test mark distribution
SAT vocabulary test mark distribution
SAT vocabulary test time distribution
SAT vocabulary test mark distribution
SAT vocabulary test mark and time
SAT vocabulary test mark and time
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Questions and Answers