Dynamic ACT Test for Vocabulary
Before ACT test, students usually try to enhance vocabulary as rich as possible. Although ACT isn't pure English test, three of them mainly rely on English skills. Like other English tests, you cannot expect to shoot a high score with poor vocabulary level. Vocabulary is definitely the base to think, talk, read, and write, is the foundation of any language skills. To build ACT vocabulary, you need study first, and then review known words to keep them refreshed. This app, ACT Vocabulary Test Online, is designed to help you do these things.

Within modern education methodology, there are multiple ways to enhance vocabulary. This tool is designed for random practice. It has a built-in set of ACT words, more than 1000. These words are matched with the level of most students of 12th grade, and highly useful in ACT test papers. You may try individual quiz or challenge some test sheets. If you don't feel either too easy or too hard, it means that the built-in ACT vocabulary is suitable for you.

This is a game style app. You don't need detail plan or schedule to use it. Anytime and anywhere you can access its web pages and practice or test as long as you have internet. Some people use it as tool to evaluate ACT vocabulary. As a matter of fact, it can also be used to study new words or review known words. So called practice-oriented vocabulary building is to enrich word bank by repeated exercises. Based on lots of exercises, you will finally familiarize with the built-in vocabulary and keep them warm until the test day.

The primary functionality of this app is to make ACT word questions dynamically on demand, and then shows web page to take online practice. Showing quizzes and auto checking answers are core features of ACT vocabulary test online. In addition, students can store result of each test, which they can compare with either early data or even others' data. You should understand own progress and shortcoming to improve vocabulary level effectively.

This app has some extra features that similar tools hardly have. For example, it includes sample sentence for each word, which helps very much to learn new word. Every word has definitions of 20 languages; non-English speakers may select one and integrate it with English explanation.

This web app needs store your test data because its core features are relied on saved results. So you should sign on before any activities. ACT Vocabulary Test Online is totally free. You can use a generic examword.com account (email/access code) to sign on. If you don't have examword.com account yet, create one is only to take minutes. Sign on and start to enjoy this great web app!

 Questions and Answers
How many quizzes and words are there in ACT test for vocabulary?
ACT test for vocabulary is built-in 1200+ basic ACT words.Each test sheet has 12 questions that are produced dynamically.So, each time you will see different test sheet.

What special features are in the web app?
As a free ACT online vocabulary tool, it is convenient and easy to use anytime and anyplace. Besides, it offers some features that ACT words builders are very interested.You can get score and duration of other users and compare with own data, or review own previous test data and failed words.You can also subscribe ACT test sheets in advance and receive their links by email.

Do I have to sign on before using the app?
This is a free tool. So you can use it without signing on.But if you want to save test result for future's view, or you want to subscribe test link, you need sign on at first. If you don't have examword.com account yet, please register one from Sign On. An examword.com account (English Test Vocabulary) is good for all web apps in this site, and most web apps in this site are free.

I am an ESL student, but I dislike explanations in my mother language, can I tune off it?
At Subscribe settings, you can check off Only English in Explanation.It will turn off mother language feature for all test sheets.

I set my mother language, but I cannot see it in test sheet sometimes, why?
In a few cases, like first landing test page, your settings possibly aren't loaded. So, you cannot see local explanation in test sheet. Please use Make Test Sheet to get new test sheet. Your local language would be there. Besides, you should ensure NOT check Only English at Subscribe settings to show local explanations.

Why do I fail to submit or check my test sometimes?
To ensure your data is useful for future reference, submit will be accepted only when score is more than 30%. It means you need answer at least 4 questions right to get a score, and save it.

Do I have to Save my test result?
No. But if you want to view the result in future, you should save it. The saved result includes mark, duration, and failed word list. Note that you have to sign on before test if you want to save result.

I submit my test answers, but cannot see it in Statistics and Previous Test, why?
Submitting only finishes current test sheet, you can see the test result at current web page. However, the result hasn't been saved to server yet. If you leave this page in any way, your result will lose. To view test result in future, like show in Statistics and Previous Test, you have to save it to server before leaving.

How do I subscribe ACT test sheet?
You can subscribe test sheet from Subscribe settings.The test link will be sent to your email as your request. Just click the link; you will get the new test sheet.When setting, you may select whether adding mother language definitions in quizzes if you are ESL student.

How do I cancel test link subscription?
It's easy. At Subscribe settings, choose the 'Stop send test link' option.

How do I use Statistics to evaluate my level and improve my pace?
The Statistics page shows data of 200 tests of ACT just before current day, which includes both mark and duration. It's hard to say what number is good or excellent because everyone has own scenario. However, you should at least be better than average level if you want to get a good mark since the built-in ACT words are in basic level. If you are trying to have a high score in ACT test, you would reach top 10% in both mark and test duration.

 Demo Test Sheet

aromatic
 
 
(1)
a.  E.g. Medieval sailing vessels brought aromatic herbs from China to Europe.
Select answer:
composed of or based on two legislative chambers or branches
bringing disgrace; shameful or infamous
rural; relating to shepherds or herders; relating to the country or country life
measure of temperature, used widely in Europe
fragrant or sweet-smelling; caused by fragrant odor
Don't select.
cameo
 
 
(2)
n.  E.g. Don't bother buying any cameo from the street peddlers in Rome: the carvings they sell are clumsy jobs.
Select answer:
anxiety disorder by extreme and irrational fear; dislike
exaggerated or abnormal fear of strangers or foreigners
shell or jewel carved in relief; famous actor's special appearance in a minor role in film
medicine to counteract a poison or disease; agent that relieves or counteracts
mixture; combination of diverse things
Don't select.
converge
 
 
(3)
v.  E.g. African-American men from all over the United States will converge on Washington to take part in the historic Million Men march.
Select answer:
approach; tend to meet; come together
deflect sound or light from straight path ; alter by viewing through medium
acknowledge by signing a bill, draft, or other instrument
mock; ridicule; show or express scorn; eat quickly and greedily
speak wildly, irrationally; speak or write with wild enthusiasm
Don't select.
desultory
 
 
(4)
a.  E.g. In prison Malcolm X set himself the task of reading straight through the dictionary; to him, reading was purposeful, not desultory.
Select answer:
energetic; vigorously active
thorough; including all or everything; broad in scope
large in volume or bulk; large in number or quantity, especially of discourse
reluctant; disinclined; turned away or backward; unwilling
aimless; haphazard; at random; not connected with subject
Don't select.
floe
 
 
(5)
n.  E.g. The ship made slow progress as it battered its way through the ice floe.
Select answer:
indignation; deep sense of injury; strong displeasure
book for religious instruction; instruction by question and answer
mass of floating ice; ice formed by freezing of surface-water of polar oceans
state of extreme confusion or agitation; commotion or tumult
translation, often interpretive; performance of a musical or dramatic work
Don't select.
gape
 
 
(6)
v.  E.g. We saw the huge pit gape before him; if he stumbled, he would fall in.
Select answer:
open widely; yawn from sleepiness, weariness, or dullness
influence or urge by gentle urging or flattering
pronounce the letter s imperfectly; give s and z the sound of th; speak hesitatingly with low voice, as if afraid
combine; mix; make less pure; lessen or moderate
induce someone to convert to one's own religious faith
Don't select.
jettison
 
 
(7)
v.  E.g. In order to enable the ship to ride safely through the storm, the captain had to jettison much of his cargo.
Select answer:
throw overboard; eject from boat, submarine, aircraft, or spaceship
make an energetic, usually hasty search
ridicule; subject to abusive ridicule expressed in work of art
talk excitedly; speak or write in an angry or violent manner
put down by force or authority; overwhelm; keep from being revealed
Don't select.
mire
 
 
(8)
v.  E.g. The mud could mire their rear wheels.
Select answer:
splash liquid gently and playfully; undertake something without serious intent
cause to sink or become stuck in; hinder, entrap, or entangle
interrupt or cut off voice; keep in or hold back; suppress; conceal or hide
assent; agree without protesting
teach with biased or one-sided ideology; teach doctrines to; teach uncritically
Don't select.
painstaking
 
 
(9)
a.  E.g. The truth is, I didn’t want to have to call any parents, so by outlining everything in painstaking detail in my newsletters, I could avoid it.
Select answer:
extremely careful and diligent work or effort; taking of pains
high, tall, having great height; idealistic, implying over-optimism
drunken; relating to reveling and drunkenness
not interested; indifferent; free of self-interest; impartial
emotionally hardened; unfeeling
Don't select.
qualm
 
 
(10)
n.  E.g. My main qualm is the lack of consistency and logical plotting.
Select answer:
coming into being of something; origin
former occupant of post; ancestor or forefather
sudden feeling of sickness or faintness; sudden attack of illness
leave of absence; vacation granted a soldier or civil servant
one who has more than one spouse at a time
Don't select.
submissive
 
 
(11)
a.  E.g. When he refused to permit Elizabeth to marry her poet, Mr. Barrett expected her to be properly submissive; instead, she eloped!.
Select answer:
capable of grasping or holding; having keen intellect
yielding; inclined or ready to submit
sparing or moderation in eating and drinking; temperate
thriftless; not providing for future; incautious
responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable
Don't select.
vernal
 
 
(12)
a.  E.g. Bea basked in the balmy vernal breezes, happy that winter was coming to an end.
Select answer:
related to spring; suggestive of youth; vigorous and fresh
separated; caused to be unloved
capable of being stretched or extended; ductile
incipient; coming into existence; emerging
negligent; careless in performing duty or business
Don't select.