Studying for a Quiz / Doing Homework with Vocabulary.com

Studying for a Quiz or Test

Using Vocabulary.com to study for an upcoming quiz, or to study a list of words for homework is really easy.

Start by making a list. Then click on the "Practice" tab. When you practice a list, you'll play only questions on the words in your list. We'll show you a few questions on each word in your list and focus your attention on words that you struggle with. It's like a mini-version of The Challenge, but just on the words in your list.

Practice sessions are short exercises designed to be done in a single sitting — perfect for preparing for tomorrow's vocabulary test! You can also practice a list more than once if you want to refresh your memory.

We'll automatically add any word that you struggle with during a practice session to your learning program. If you want to master all the words on a list (which will take some time), click the "Learn this List" button. This will add every word in the list to your overall learning program.

 

Using Vocabulary.com with Books You are Reading

What are you reading in class?  Search our vast list library; chances are we have pre-made vocabulary lists that cover the words that you will come across in your reading. We also organize our word lists based on books by chapter sections so that each list is not too long and you can spread your vocabulary learning over the course of your reading.

Try doing a Practice session before you read the next chapter: that way, you'll be familiar with all the words before you encounter them in the text.

 

Try playing a Spelling Bee 

Spelling test coming up? Try using our spelling bee. Simply create a list of the words you need to learn and click the "Spelling Bee" tab. You'll hear each word pronounced, and then you'll have to spell the word correctly. If you get one wrong, you'll break your streak and have to repeat it sometime in the future.

 

 

 

 

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