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SAT Vocabulary Resources
All of the MJ Test Prep vocab words are available on Quizlet.com. You can study these on your computer using the links below.
If you want to study on your Smartphone, you’ll need a flashcard app. Quizlet provides a list of available apps for different types of mobile devices.
Once you’ve installed an app on your device, you can find these vocab sets by searching for “mjtestprep”. Be sure to search for our name as all one word. (There are some older vocab sets, created by our former students, that you may find if you search for “MJ Test Prep,” but these won’t match up with your binder or with the vocab quizzes you’ll take before your lessons.)
Study these first!
These are the complete sets, containing exactly the same information as in your binder. This includes the part of speech, secondary meanings, example sentences, related words, and SAT-level synonyms.
These sets are well suited to the “flash card” mode on Quizlet, and can be used on Smartphones too, as long as your flashcard app deals with big chunks of text by scrolling, not by shrinking the text to fit onto one screen.
However, because there is so much text for each word, these sets are not well suited to Quizlet’s “Learn,” “Test,” “Scatter,” and “Space Race” features. For those purposes, use the Condensed Sets.
Complete Week 1
Complete Week 2
Complete Week 3
Complete Week 4
Complete Week 5
Complete Week 6
Complete Week 7
Complete Week 8
Complete Week 9
Complete Week 10
Complete Week 11
Complete Week 12
Use the condensed sets to stay sharp with words you’ve already studied.
Each word has just one short definition, without the example sentence, secondary meanings, and other information.
These sets are well suited to all of Quizlet’s different study modes, and work well with any Smartphone flashcard app. They’re also nice because you can use the cumulative sets to combine all the weeks you’ve done so far.
However, when you come in to take a vocab quiz before your lesson, all the secondary definitions and related words are fair game, so don’t skip studying the words in the binder or the complete sets.