Wednesday, November 9, 2016

ACT Test Vocab and ACT Test Prep PDF

ACT Readiness Quick Pre-Test 7th/8th Grade | ACT Informational
Vocabulary Pre-Test | ACT Pre-Test Informational Text Vocabulary Test Prep! Are your students ready for the ACT Reading Assesment? 

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8th Grade ACT Quick Pre-Test! ARE YOUR STUDENTS READY FOR ACT TESTING? 

Give a Quick test Before Starting Your ACT Test Prep! 

ACT Readiness Quick Test Directions: Begin with the TEST readiness word list "4th -8th Grade ACT Questions Vocabulary Test List" the students starts with a list that is at least two or three grades below the student’s current grade or age level. Have the student read each word aloud on that list and use the word in a sentence or give a comprehensive definition. Continue until the student makes three or more errors in a list to see if they are ready for the ACT Reading Assessments.

ACT Reading Test Readiness Levels: 
  • One to Three errors- independent level!
  • Three to Six errors- instructional level! 
  • Six to Ten errors- frustration level!  
4th Grade Quick Test Word List
Adaptation Cause Concluding Contrast Convince Critical
Detail Difference Essential Evidence Except Exclaimed
Infer Inform Obvious Passage Persuade Predict Prefer
Previous Rarely

5th Grade Quick Test Word List
Consistent Convince Cease Claim Conclude Context
Dominate Escalate Evaluate Evidence Gist Identify
Influence Opposed Persuade Primary
Reference Review Significant Source Tension



6th Grade Quick Test Word List 
Accumulate Adapt Adequate Anticipate Appropriate
Artifact Catastrophe Chronological Consequence Construct*
Declare Elaborate Encourage Evaluate Extensive Genuine Insists 

Obedient Oblivious Peculiar Misquote

7th Grade Quick Test Word List 
Abruptly Allege Allocate Attribute Authentic Candor
Casualty Compel Component Conclusive Concur
Connotation Copious Correspond Demeanor Derogatory
Diversity Eligible Emphasize Impartial Industrious


8th Grade Quick Test Word List 
Abhor Ambiguous Amiss Audacious Colleague Conjecture
Conscientious Consecutive Consistent Conspire  Elapse
Endeavor Evoke Feasible Iimminent Impel Imperative

7th/8th Grade ACT Test Instructions: Write the correct word in the space before its definition. There may be more than one definition for each ACT test vocabulary word.

ambiguous amiss anarchy anonymous anthology apathy 
apprehend assimilate assumption audacious authority avid
1. to absorb and incorporate (knowledge, experience, or the like).
2. of unknown identity, as an author or donor.
3. characterized by great enthusiasm or zeal.
4. a collection of written works, often of a particular type, by one or several authors.
5. the right, power, or ability to give orders, make decisions, or demand or compel obedience.
6. absence of government or law within a state or society.
7. having two or more possible meanings or interpretations.
8. the act of supposing or taking for granted.
9. showing no concern for social conventions or law; insolent.
10. out of the proper course or order; wrongly; mistakenly.
11. to understand the meaning of, especially immediately or without logical thought.
12. lack of interest in things that generally arouse interest or concern; indifference.

ACT Test Preparation 

Name:

Instructions: Choose the best answer for each question.

I'm sorry if I spoke __________.
 apathy
 assumption
 amiss
 avid

They've published a new __________ of her poetry.
 anthology
 anarchy
 apprehended
 anonymous

As the principal, she has the greatest amount of __________ in this school.
 apathy
 assumption
 authority
 anthology
Few women of the time would commit such an/a __________ act as smoking in public.
 anonymous
 anarchy
 avid
 audacious
She'd studied a great deal, but she needed more time to __________ the information before the oral exam.
 assimilate
 amiss
 avid
 apathy

Because the statement was __________, it was understood differently by different people.
 authority
 anthology
 ambiguous
 anarchy
He __________ these changes and wished he could prevent them.
 anarchy
 amiss
 avid
 apprehended
After the leader's assassination, there was __________ until one of the rebel factions was able to gain control.
 assumption
 anarchy
 apathy
 ambiguous

She was overcome by __________ while on this medication, and she spent hours every day just staring at the wall.
 apathy
 anarchy
 assumption
 apprehended

The crime was reported by an __________ caller.
 audacious
 anonymous
 apathy
 anthology

She's always been an/a __________ reader and seems to have read everything and to know everything.
 apprehended
 apathy
 avid
 anarchy

You have never met the man, and your opinion of him is based purely on __________.
 amiss
 assumption
 avid
 assimilate


ACT Test Preparation Two Name:

A __________ was imposed on smoking in public places.
ban
capable
belligerent
commenced

More guards were called when the prisoner became __________.
belligerent
characterized
commenced
ban
People are __________ the shoe manufacturer to protest unjust labor practices.
boycotting
ban
capable
commenced

She is a highly __________ teacher who accomplishes a great deal with her students.
capable
ban
cause
commenced

The __________ of the fire was a cigarette.
cause
commenced
characterized
boycotting

The press __________ him as a criminal.
characterized
belligerent
compelled
capable

The first part of the history test consisted of arranging events in __________ order.
chronological
capable
boycotting
concluded

She was honored by her __________ in the field with a special award.
colleagues
boycotting
commenced
characterized

Classes have already __________ at the university
commenced
boycotting
chronological
capable

The customer's violent behavior __________ the store manager to call the police.
compelled
concluded
cause
boycotting

From all the evidence, they __________ that the defendant had to be innocent.
concluded
characterized
colleagues
boycotting


ACT Test Preparation 

Name:

Where the spectacular wedding was going to be held was a subject of much __________.
conjecture
corroborated
conspired
consecutive

Donating her time to this cause was only one of her many __________ acts.
conscientious
corroborated
conjecture
constructs

I worked for twenty __________ days to make the deadline.
consecutive
despondent
conjecture
contrast

If you want your bread to turn out the same every time, you need to follow the recipe in a __________ manner.
consistent
contrast
consecutive
conscientious

The statements in your summary should be __________ with all the points you've made earlier in your essay.
consistent
contrasted
contrast
corroborated

Three witnesses __________ to give false evidence.
conspired
conjecture
derived
depicted

"Working memory" is one of the __________ of cognitive psychology.
constructs
corroborated
despondent
conjecture

The essay __________ Japan's legal system with that of the United States.
contrasted
corroborated
conspired
conjecture

The __________ between her personality and her sister's is striking, as she is so outgoing and her sister is so shy.
contrast
consistent
derived
conspired

The next witness __________ the young man's story.
corroborated
consistent
contrast
conjecture

He __________ the hero's wife as a computer wizard.
depicted
conjecture
consistent
constructs

Many medicines have ingredients that are __________ from plants.
derived
consecutive
despondent
conspired

The cruelty with which he treated his children was __________.
despicable
contrasted
derived
consistent

The soldier remained __________ even after months of psychological treatment.
despondent
consecutive
constructs
contrast

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