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Daily SAT-ACT Reader: Edition #3

Today's Daily SAT-ACT Reader features articles from Wired.

The best part about these tech articles is that they offer great bang for your buck! They're short and sweet, but chock full of SAT/ACT vocabulary words.

1. Apple Mapocalypse Sends iOS 6 Users Into a Tizzy
Wired, 9/20/2012

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 13

Daily SAT-ACT Reader: Apple Mapocalypse Sends iOS 6 Users Into a Tizzy, Wired, 9/20/2012

Annoyed by Apple's new Maps app? Then check out this short article which features 13 SAT/ACT vocabulary words including disgruntled, distortion, plague, render, singular, and wary.

2. Greed, Generosity, and the Speed With Which We Help Others
Wired, 9/20/2012

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 15

Daily SAT-ACT Reader: Greed, Generosity, and the Speed With Which We Help Others, Wired, 9/20/2012

Studies have shown that we tend to be more generous and cooperative when we make decisions quickly, but become more selfish with deliberation. Check out this article to learn more and to learn 15 SAT/ACT vocabulary words including cognitive, collaboration, implication, intuition, rational, and spontaneous.

3. E-Mail Privacy Reform Vote Postponed Until After Elections
Wired, 9/20/2012

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 20

Daily SAT-ACT Reader: E-Mail Privacy Reform Vote Postponed Until After Elections, Wired, 9/20/2012

Worried about Big Brother reading your email? Then read this article and learn 20 SAT/ACT vocabulary words while you're at it including coalition, counsel, disparity, inadvertently, judiciary, momentum, nuance, nullify, and undermine.

Hope this helps! Look for the next edition on Tuesday. We're piloting the Daily Reader on Tuesdays and Thursdays this month and will run it daily starting in October.

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