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Modern aptitude exams have a special focus on English vocabulary and your knowledge of the meanings of many words is tested. This can be confirmed by any student who is preparing for the SAT, ACT, or GRE exam. There are various techniques developed to help students learn the meanings of these words such as flash cards. But if most of your time is spent online, then computer tools will suit your exam preparation best.

Here to help you prepare the vocabulary words in these exams that are commonly used is a user-friendly tool called Professor Word.

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Professor Word is a free to use browser tool that helps you prepare your English language vocabulary for the SAT, ACT, and GRE exams. The tool focuses on vocabulary words that are commonly used. This is easily determined by highlighting such words on the webpages that you visit. The tool comes as a bookmarklet that you can add to your bookmarks toolbar simply by dragging it there. Whenever you are viewing a webpage, you can click on the bookmarklet to have all the SAT words highlighted.

You can click on the highlighted word to reveal its meaning. You can also type in the name of any word to get its meaning. In the floating window that the meaning appear in, you can click on more words to open up multiple windows. Keyboard shortcuts let you easily jump between next and previous words.

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Features:

  • A user friendly browser bookmarklet.
  • Works with all modern browsers.
  • Highlights SAT vocabulary words on websites.
  • Helps prepare your vocabulary for SAT, ACT, GRE, and similar aptitude exams.

Check out Professor Word @ http://www.professorword.com/gettingstarted

  1. ProfessorWord
    February 18, 2013 at 4:06 pm

    Thanks for reviewing ProfessorWord. We are the site’s founders.

    One bonus feature to check out: our Daily Reader is full of the vocabulary words that appear on admissions tests. Subscribe to get 3 articles a day. Visit our Blog at our website for more details: http://www.professorword.com/blog/

    We hope you find ProfessorWord useful!

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