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These tests are aimed to prepare our users for an English language exam such as the TOEIC, TOEFL, English For Business (LCCI), Cambridge English Exams, SAT, GMAT, GRE, etc. There are many more tests and examinations that contain verbal questions or a vocabulary knowledge part. As of now we are looking for people who are able to create source files for the following tests, exams and learning systems. (The keywords in brackets describe those parts of the exam that you should create vocabulary lists for.)

ACT — American College Test (English, Reading and Science)
ASVAB — Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (Word Knowledge)
CBEST — California Basic Educational Skills Test (Reading and Writing)
CGFNS — Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools (English Language Proficiency)
CLAST — College Level Academic Skill Test (English Language Skills, Reading, Essay Writing)
GED — General Equivalency Diploma (Writing Skills, Social Studies; Science, Interpreting Literature and the Arts)
IELTS — International English Language Testing System
DAT — Dental Admissions Test MAT — Miller Analogies Test (Verbal Analogies, Fine Arts; History; Literature; Philosophy, Science)
MCAT — Medical College Admission Test (Verbal Reasoning, Biological Sciences)
OAT — Optometry Admission Test (Reading Comprehension)
PCAT — Pharmacy College Admission Test (Verbal Ability)
TOLES — Test of Legal English Skills
TABE — Tests of Adult Basic Education (English, Reading Assessment)
TSE — Test of Spoken English
USMLE — United States Medical Licensing Examination (Verbal Skills)
HOBET — Health Occupations Basic Entrance Test
CPA — Certified Public Accountants
ParaPro (Reading Skills and Knowledge)
Nursing Entrance (Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension)
Accuplacer Test (Sentence Skills, Reading Comprehension, Levels of English Proficiency Language Use)
English For Business LCCI (The London Chamber of Commerce and Industry Examinations)
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CDL (Commercial Truck Driver's Examination)
So, if you are familiar with one of the above listed tests, you are probably able to create a source file that contains the most frequently used vocabulary words that occur in the verbal sections of the exam. Your file should have a minimum of 200 entries.

What if I don't know any of the above mentioned tests and exams?
It's very likely that you have heard of exams such as the Accuplacer Test or the ASVAB for the first time. So, how can you create vocabulary lists for those tests? Well, if you perform a search for «ASVAB» on eBay you will find used prep books or even new ones at a very reasonable price. For a one time investment of about $10 you get a valuable resource which you can use for various purposes. What about your local library? Have you checked it for the following keywords:
HOBET
ACT
ASVAB
CBEST
CGFNS
CLAST
DAT
GED
  COMLEX Test
Accuplacer Test
English For Business LCCI
Cambridge English Exams
MAT
MCAT
Nursing Entrance
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ParaPro
PCAT
TABE
TSE
USMLE
CPA
IELTS
CDL
Ask your friends, fellow students or colleagues — maybe they know one of the tests and exams mentioned above or have even taken one of them? Talk to your professors to find out what they know about those tests. Also, you should «google» keywords such as «test prep forum» to find places on the Internet where you can get information on exams that contain verbal or vocabulary parts. One the most popular websites for test preparation discussions is www.testmagic.com. Check out their forum, ask questions and you soon will get all the necessary answers.

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