I never thought I'd see the day where people would actually want to study for a standardized test. Thanks to the newest strain of Twilight mania, I think we've finally reached that point. Brian Leaf, M.A., who has prepared thousands of students in the SAT, ACT, GED, and SSAT has created Defining Twilight, a vocabulary workbook that will help you prepare for your big test by referencing words in Twilight!
How is this possible you ask? Good question, I asked the same thing. Defining Twilight gives you vocab words that can be found in your Twilight novel. You define the word in question after reading the page where it is in your book (don't worry, they give you page numbers!) and then check your answer with the correct one given in the workbook.
The book also is chock full of analogies and synonyms which are always on the SATs. Use the workbook to test yourself on the synonym of "myriad" or the analogy, "Sober is to solemn as..." with all the answers being words that actually appear in the novel!
I will use any excuse to flip through Twilight again, even if that reason is studying! And don't worry, Defining New Moon is coming out in November, so you can get a whole new batch of vampire vocab!