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15 SAT Vocabulary Words - Qiurio

15 SAT Vocabulary Words

These are 15 words that I myself tend to forget. They're from the Vocabulary Power Plus book.







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Score Card

Question Your Answer Correct Answer
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Your Score X%
Set Average X%
Standard Deviation X
Percentile X

Score Frequency Distribution

Number of Test Takers
Score Range (%)

Performance Trend

Score (%)
Test Number
You've taken this test before. The chart on the left shows how your performance has changed with each sitting.

It's a good idea to repeat tests in which you performed poorly. Aim to improve your performance with each sitting by taking the time to review your mistakes.

Topic Breakdown

Topic Breakdown

Topic
Percent Correct (%)
This chart shows your performance by topic.

Be sure to identify topics on which you had difficulty and give these more attention.

It's equally important to know to what extent a topic will be represented in a test.

Difficult topics that appear rarely may not represent the highest yield material to review.

Difficulty Analysis

Question Difficulty

Rank Question Answered Incorrectly
This table ranks questions by difficulty.

The more a question is answered incorrectly the more difficult it likely is.

Alternatively, it may be a poorly constructed question.

Question 1
moiety
A. calm and unemotional
B. a stubborn, ill-tempered person
C. rationally defensible
D. a portion or part of something

Explanation

Question 2
protege
A. to give in response to receiving something
B. a monarch; one who has great power
C. a person under the guidance or training of another
D. a portion or part of something

Explanation

Question 3
indiscernible
A. a stubborn, ill-tempered person
B. offensive; repulsive
C. difficult or impossible to discern or perceive
D. to give in response to receiving something

Explanation

Question 4
potentate
A. a monarch; one who has great power
B. a portion or part of something
C. disgrace; extreme dishonor
D. calm and unemotional

Explanation

Question 5
artisan
A. a skilled manual worker; a craftsperson
B. a stubborn, ill-tempered person
C. a monarch; one who has great power
D. a portion or part of something

Explanation

Question 6
curmudgeon
A. rationally defensible
B. disgrace; extreme dishonor
C. offensive; repulsive
D. a stubborn, ill-tempered person

Explanation

Question 7
tenable
A. disgrace; extreme dishonor
B. offensive; repulsive
C. calm and unemotional
D. rationally defensible

Explanation

Question 8
opprobrium
A. disgrace; extreme dishonor
B. rationally defensible
C. offensive; repulsive
D. calm and unemotional

Explanation

Question 9
fiduciary
A. a portion or part of something
B. a person under the guidance or training of another
C. relating to the governing of property or estate on behalf of others
D. to give in response to receiving something

Explanation

Question 10
reciprocate
A. disgrace; extreme dishonor
B. a portion or part of something
C. a monarch; one who has great power
D. to give in response to receiving something

Explanation

Question 11
phlegmatic
A. rationally defensible
B. disgrace; extreme dishonor
C. offensive; repulsive
D. calm and unemotional

Explanation

Question 12
inculcate
A. a portion or part of something
B. to impress upon or teach someone by repetition
C. an unnecessary, wasteful work or project
D. to give in response to receiving something

Explanation

Question 13
repugnant
A. calm and unemotional
B. offensive; repulsive
C. disgrace; extreme dishonor
D. rationally defensible

Explanation

Question 14
boondoggle
A. a monarch; one who has great power
B. extremely infectious or poisonous
C. an unnecessary, wasteful work or project
D. a portion or part of something

Explanation

Question 15
virulent
A. disgrace; extreme dishonor
B. calm and unemotional
C. extremely infectious or poisonous
D. rationally defensible

Explanation

Notes

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