1. P.S. VIP—What Exam Schools Offer
The New Republic, 10/23/2012
SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 51
Exam Schools: Inside America's Most Selective Public High Schools delves into the world of “exam” high schools, i.e., the Stuyvesants, the Bronx Sciences, and the Boston Latins of the public education arena. Find out what life is like at these schools and learn vocabulary words like dearth, delve, earmarked, finite, incompatible, mitigate, proliferation, prominent, resonance, subjective, theoretically, urban, and validity.
2. Ben Affleck’s “Argo” Is Brilliant
The New Republic, 10/16/2012
SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 42
Ben Affleck’s new film, Argo, captures the drama of the Iranian hostage crisis. Read more and learn vocabulary words like atrocity, captive, dictate, epic, forbearance, hypocrisy, inaugurated, intrude, jingoist, militants, ordeal, preposterous, provocation, purge, regime, surplus, and whimsy.
3. James Bond is Great in Books and Movies. Why is He So Mediocre in Video Games?
The New Republic, 10/20/2012
SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 53
The upcoming Skyfall marks the 50th anniversary of the first James Bond film, but despite all of Bond's success on the silver screen, the franchise has yet to conquer the video game world. Read more and learn vocabulary words like adaptation, ardent, console, conundrum, degrade, derided, eschew, inaugurated, ingenious, momentous, negligible, prowess, respite, revere, stealth, and successive.
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