The December 1, 2012 SAT has come and gone. It's time to analyze the test and see which vocabulary words made their apperance!
Having a strong vocab is one of the most effective tools at your disposal when it comes to the reading and writing sections of the SAT. Our SAT gurus have come up with a list of the vocab words appearing on the December 2012 SAT--and have even linked them up with where they appear on our FREE flashcard decks (Top 200 Repeat Offenders, Top 100 People Repeat Offenders, Top 100 Easy Repeat Offenders, Top 100 Medium Repeat Offenders, Top 100 Hard Repeat Offenders, and Top 100 Extreme Repeat Offenders). Why pay for pricey SAT vocab study guides like the Direct Hits books when you can get more comprehensive flashcard sets for free?
Check out the charts below for the words. If they have a check mark next to them, then they're included in one of our FREE flashcard decks. All you have to do is follow the instructions on how to print out the decks, and you're good to go!
NOTE: Since there were two versions of the exam given during the December administration, we have included vocabulary lists for both tests. Version 1 notes the vocabulary for the test which had passages on Caribbean culture and nepotism.