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1. Avoiding vocab words in SAT papers

The SAT has eliminated sentence completion questions in favor of word-in-context questions. Students must determine the meaning of words from reading passages. The question may include words with familiar definitions or uncommon ones. Students should understand how to answer the question, analyze context clues in the passage, and write their definitions. The SAT does not have a list of vocabulary words, but there are ways to prepare for this section.

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