Here is the best vocab books/sites for SAT I

<p>Because i have seen a lot of people who want to know what book has good vocabulary, i have compiled a bunch of places</p>

<p>By using these, i have done well on the vocab sections-i missed avg of 1 SC and 2 Analogies (damn critical reading....)</p>

<p>First, get Hot Words for the SAT I, by Linda Carnavale (however you spell it)
It is by Barrons-I have found that like an avg of 3-10 of the words in this book are in each test...that is pretty good</p>

<p>Then, go to <a href=""&gt;;/a> and get the 1000 most common SAT words-these help A LOT!-avg of like 4-12 are on the test</p>

<p>go to this site, and print out this list, its 100 most common SAT words:</p>

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I have found that an avg of 3-10 words are on the test</p>

<p>Then, from the PR book, do the 100 or so words in their Hit Parade..
i have found that about an avg of 2-6 words are on the test.</p>

<p>Good luck to you all! im done with the SAT I!! took it three times! finally got a decent score (stupid reading comprehension...that is what kills me everytime..)</p>

<p>of course..this is if anyone cares...just trying to help...</p>

<p>you dont really need vocab for the new sat... usefull for the ppl taking the old one htough, i guess. i took the new psats w/o any vocab preparation, but i read a lot. even so, you can put it together through context.</p>

<p>thanks neelesh. You might want to put WordSmart up there too. That's a good one</p>

<p>I agree with Wicksmaaht. Word Smart is THE book to use to study vocab.
Barrons "Hot Words for the Sat" was also excellent.
After studying the two, I knew every word that came up on the November sat administration.</p>

<p>Another vote for Word Smart....definitely the best one.</p>