For most students, preparing for the language sections is a worry. To make the preparatory exercise for this tough section simple, The Wordlist Workbook is specially designed to enhance your vocabulary along with FLASH CARDS. With 30 chapters, each inclusive of 10 quizzes, it provides the intensive practice you need to succeed on the verbal sections of various competitive exams like GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, SAT, IELTS, CAT, etc. This popular guide offers targeted reviews and confidence-building exercises to boost your verbal score.
The book contains 30 chapters in all. Each chapter contains Quiz 1 to Quiz 10. Here's a look at how each chapter tests your verbal understanding.
Quiz 1: Match synonyms - Though not directly tested on the GRE, synonyms play a vital role in understanding words and context of paragraphs in passages.
Quiz 2: Match antonyms - Antonyms form a good chunk of questions directly tested in the verbal section.
Quiz 3: Match synonyms and antonyms - Tests your understanding of words, synonyms, and antonyms in mixed form.
Quiz 4: Same/Opposite - Helps to build ability so as to distinguish amongst synonyms and antonyms of words.
Quiz 5 and Quiz 6: Anagrams with synonyms and antonyms clues - Solving anagrams allows you to judge your own understanding and recalling power of words.
Quiz 7 and Quiz 8: Synonym Puzzle #1 & #2 - Crossword puzzles are simply the best when it comes to judging vocabulary in a fun way.
Quiz 9: Antonym Puzzle - More practice to help you remember antonyms.
Quiz 10: Recall Puzzle - Most difficult practice in the process of vocabulary building is recalling the correct word based on proper situation and context.
Answers to all Quiz questions.
Match the Columns
Fill in the Blanks
Notes Some blank space is provided to write notes about the particular exercise
The score for each exercise at the bottom of the exercise can be written down
At the end of one chapter, scores for the entire chapter can be accumulated.
Example of 29th chapter:
Based on the total score, you can determine how well positioned you are for that chapter with respect to that particular word bank. A comparative scoring chart is given as follows: