Quiz: If You Can Get Every One of These SAT Words, Your Vocabulary May Be in the 99th Percentile
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If You Can Get Every One of These SAT Words, Your Vocabulary May Be in the 99th Percentile
By: Kennita Leon
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About This Quiz

The SAT, formally known as the Scholastic Assessment Test, is an examination that was designed by a non-profit organization known as College Board. It is given to prospective university students in order for them to be accepted by various colleges. Of course, GPA and other personal qualities are considered as well, but this test score is very important.

Said exam contains math problems and requires reading and writing. In this quiz we will focus solely on the reading and writing portion of the SAT. We want to give you some of the toughest SAT words that we know of, in order to test your readiness for the writing and language section. 

So, if you're really eager to find out just how ready you are for the SAT, this quiz is definitely the place to start. To the best of your ability, tell us the meanings of these words and their possible synonyms, and we'll determine how much you really know. 

Some of these words are quite tough and may mislead you. But if you're meant to ace the SAT, then there's no reason why you should have any trouble with this test. So, if you're ready to measure your readiness, let's get started. 

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Which of these words is synonymous with "gratuitous"?
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Which of these words is synonymous with "quaint"?
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Which of these words is synonymous with "cajole"?
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Which of these words is synonymous with "abscond"?
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Which of these words is synonymous with "divisive"?
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Which of these words is synonymous with "obfuscate"?
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Which of these words is synonymous with "platitude"?
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Which of these words is synonymous with "capitulate"?
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Which of these words is synonymous with "tome"?
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Which of these words is synonymous with "ambivalent"?
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Which of these words is synonymous with "contusion"?
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