SAT Vocabulary Test by Dynamic Sheets  
1. Overview

SAT General Test is for high school students who plan to apply to colleges and universities in 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 vital role in all SAT sections, either reading or writing.

The SAT Vocabulary Test Online web app makes SAT word question sheets for test-takers to build a more robust vocabulary.

Its primary function is to produce SAT vocabulary question sheets in dynamic and random; it also provides online SAT vocabulary test sheets to host questions and your answers. The test questions are based on an essential SAT word list, a high-frequency word collection that has proven helpful for SAT test-takers.

If you think the built-in words don't fit your scenario or need a broader range to evaluate your SAT vocabulary skills, you can try English Vocabulary Quiz & Test Online. It's a generic online word test tool for K12 and some English exams. For SAT takers, it offers three levels of options: (The built-in words in the app are similar to Level 1.)

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

2. Test Sheet Demo

By Create test sheet, you can create a full SAT vocabulary test sheet to answer and submit. Below is a test sheet sample to get a quick experience; however, you cannot submit answers here. Besides, you must have an account and log in to save your results for future reference. Details are in Questions and Answers.

n.  E.g. Even in the midst of her affliction, Elizabeth tried to keep up the spirits of those around her.
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written order to require appearance in court to give testimony
cause or condition of pain, suffering, or distress
indignation; deep sense of injury; strong displeasure
psychological disorder by delusions; extreme, irrational distrust of others
lure or bait; means used to mislead or lead into danger
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n.  E.g. In some states, it is illegal to dissect cadaver.
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one that engages in aggression; person who first attacks
act of overthrowing, pulling down, or destroying
someone who is sought by law officers; one who flees; a refugee
criminal act of capturing and carrying away by force
corpse; dead body, especially one intended for dissection
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n.  E.g. Scraps of cloth, paper doilies, and old photographs all went into her collage.
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work of art put together from fragments
capricious notion; something many people believe that is false
one that takes position of another; substitute
descendants; future generations
management; supervision; people who are in charge for management; activity of government for powers and duties
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n.  E.g. Canadian society allows for diversity, and in the evolution of our national aims it is a central feature.
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point or respect in which things differ; difference
forceful, often vindictive anger; fury; just punishment of an offense or crime
act or an instance of buying; something bought
neglect; failure to take reasonable care; state or quality of being negligent
risk, particularly of being exposed to disease; unmasking; act of laying something open
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a.  E.g. Another reason the summer of 2009 seems so ghastly is because other countries are living through infinitely more exciting times.
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horrible; inspiring shock; extremely unpleasant or bad
clever; having inventive or cunning mind
final; complete; precisely defined or explicit
stiff and unyielding; strict; hard and unbending; not flexible
of or relating to or occurring in the night; most active at night
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a.  E.g. Because I know I'm the good girl, the pure girl, the smart girl, the over-achieving girl, and maybe it's something about everything that makes me the kind of headstrong girl that the bad boys have fun chasing after.
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stubbornly and often recklessly willful; unyielding
excessively or hypocritically pious; possessing sanctity; sacred; holy; saintly; religious
trivial; of small importance; very small
slightly obscure; unclear, confused, or uncertain
husky; muscular and heavily built
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a.  E.g. Having failed to produce evidence backing up these statements, they remain leery about security in their hometowns.
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suspicious or distrustful; wary; cautious
arousing anger or interest; tending to provoke or stimulate
alert and watchful; considerate; thoughtful
having no previous example; novel; unparalleled
deadly; causing or capable of causing death
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v.  E.g. Between 1990 and 1999, the population of Silicon Valley kept to mushroom; with the rapidly increasing demand for housing, home prices skyrocketed as well.
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take into custody; arrest a criminal; grasp mentally; perceive
multiply, grow, or expand rapidly
convert code into ordinary language; read with difficulty
achieve or accomplish; gain
foreshadow; indicate by signs
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a.  E.g. I think that she had what we call pathological envy, meaning she didn't want anyone else to be happy but her.
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related to the study of disease; diseased or markedly abnormal; relating to or caused by disease
not subject to duty or obligation; not subject to taxation
cautious; careful in regard to one's own interests
trivial; of little substance; involving a surface only
directly ahead; straightforward
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a.  E.g. The picture he threw on the screen of himself must have been something else again - seasoned sailor, hardy adventurer, and who knows what else?
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frightfully; terribly; inspiring horror
experienced, especially in terms of a profession or a hobby; aged or processed
strange; mysterious; peculiarly unsettling, as if of supernatural origin or nature
native; originating where it is found
rude; sullenly ill humored; gloomy; threatening, as of weather conditions
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a.  E.g. We could have secured our homeland -- investing in sophisticated new protection for our ports, our trains and our power plants.
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childish; relating to infants
not biased; fair; showing lack of favoritism
secretive, not openly shown
open for the public to read; obvious; plain
wide-ranging knowledge; complex; intellectually appealing
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a.  E.g. Such irrationality has its roots in unconscionable prejudice.
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lacking conscience; greatly exceeding bounds of reason or moderation
cautious; careful in regard to one's own interests
very thin or transparent; very steep; absolute or pure
excessively self-centered; self-important
pertaining to the moon; affecting the moon
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3. Result and Statistics

Through the app, you can challenge the built-in 1200 words list and familiarize yourself with them; every practice will improve your SAT vocabulary level. The app also offers other fantastic merits; for example, you can save each test's result and then analyze or compare it with previous data to 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