Getting Started as a Student

Creating an Account

It’s super-easy to sign up for an account on Vocabulary.com. All you need to do is click “Sign Up” in the upper right corner of the website, and you’ll be able to sign in with your Facebook or Google account or create a new account with your email address. Note: If you are under 13, you'll need the email address of your parent or teacher.

When you create an account and sign in, you’ll be able to learn words tailored to your level, gain achievements while playing The Challenge, track your progress on each individual word, view your total word-learning progress, create and save vocabulary lists, and much more!

 

Start by playing.
We’ll get to know you.

As you play Vocabulary.com, we figure out which words you know and which ones you need a little help with. We keep practicing with you until you master the tough ones.

Let us know which words you want to focus on, and we’ll prioritize those.

 

Have some words you need to learn?
Whatever you’re learning, Vocabulary.com can help.

Quiz coming up? Enter the words you want to learn into our List Builder, then click the "Start Learning" button. We’ll work with you until you know them cold.

Read More: Studying for a Quiz using Vocabulary.com

Studying for the SAT or GRE? Use one of our many test-prep lists to jump-start your vocabulary learning.

Read more: Studying for the SAT using Vocabulary.com

 

A Personalized Learning Program Just for You

You can tailor your personalized learning program by visiting the My Progress / Words I'm Learning section.  Want to add words or change the focus of your learning?  No problem.

Read more: Managing the Words in Your Learning Program 

 

Earn Points and Achievements 

As you answer questions correctly and learn words, you earn points. And as you earn more points, you are assigned a badge that represents your level. You start as a “novice,” and then as you hit different point goals, you’ll earn new level badges.

You can also earn extra badges based on various achievements, such as answering 5 questions correctly in a row, or acing a round. 

Read more: Points, Achievements and Leaderboards

 

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